The French Election and Why America Doesn’t Have More Parties

By: Tuesday April 17, 2012 12:32 pm

If you want to understand why America is stuck with a broken two party system, look at France, which also has a presidential system but still manages to have multiple competing parties. The first round of the French Presidential election will take place in a few days — April 22nd.  Currently the polling for this [...]

Rick Santorum Suspends Presidential Campaign

By: Tuesday April 10, 2012 2:32 pm

At an afternoon rally Rick Santorum announced that he was effectively ending his campaign for the Republican Party’s Presidential nomination. Santorum did surprisingly well during the primary season, well exceeding expectations. He ended up winning the second most states and delegates. The problem for Santorum though, was that he was simply unable to stop the [...]

DE Sen: Can O’Donnell Pull a Joe Miller Tomorrow? Polling Indicates Yes

By: Monday September 13, 2010 4:05 pm

Tomorrow is the last big primary day this cycle and one of the most watched races is the Delaware Senate Republican primary. A Palin-endorsed, Tea Party-backed challenger may defeat an incumbent Republican blessed by the national party.

AK Sen: Murkowski Trails Palin-Backed Challenger Joe Miller

By: Wednesday August 25, 2010 1:29 pm

There’s a potential surprise upset in the making as results filter in from yesterday’s Alaska primary: incumbent Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski may lose to challenger Joe Miller. As of 4 AM Alaska Time (10:00 AM EDT), with 97.9% of precincts reporting, Miller leads with 51.1 percent of the vote to Murkowski’s 48.9 percent. That is [...]

GA Gov: Palin’s Pick Leads the Pack – or Does She?

By: Friday July 16, 2010 7:01 pm

In the crowded Georgia Republican gubernatorial primary this coming Tuesday, Karen Handel has the lead, according to a new InsiderAdvantage poll of likely primary voters for WSB-TV. Sarah Palin recently endorsed Handel. The poll has Nathan Deal, John Oxendine and Eric Johnson all closely competing for the important second-place finish, because the contest almost definitely [...]

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