Incumbent GOP Senators Have Little to Fear in General Election

By: Friday April 20, 2012 2:22 pm

As a result of which year Senate seats are up and several retirements, extremely few sitting Republican senators have anything to fear this November. There are only 10 Republican-held seats up this year; and because of retirement, only 7 incumbent Republicans are running in those seats. Of those seven incumbents, only two are considered to [...]

Mormons Continue to Deliver for Romney in Critical Way

By: Wednesday March 7, 2012 1:09 pm

Mitt Romney likely has the LDS community to thank for two of his six wins in yesterday’s Super Tuesday. While there are now entrance polls to verify this fact based on past voting patterns, it is very likely that the Mormon vote is what propelled Romney to both his big win in the Idaho caucus [...]

Tuesday Features Runoffs in NC, SC, MS; Primary in UT

By: Tuesday June 22, 2010 7:00 am

Tuesday, June 22 — that’s today — features primary runoffs in North Carolina, South Carolina and Mississippi. Utah also hosts a primary, but it is similar to a runoff, thanks to a dual convention/primary system that eliminates many candidates at the convention. North Carolina The big contest Tuesday is probably the North Carolina Democratic primary [...]

Another One Bites the Dust: Utah’s Sen. Bob Bennett Loses Nomination

By: Saturday May 8, 2010 6:00 pm

Coming in third at his state’s Republican Party convention, Utah Republican Senator Bob Bennett has lost his chance at his party’s nomination and is too late to file as an independent candidate. His career as a U.S. Senator is effectively over.

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