Whitman Leads By 3 In California Governor’s Race

Republican Meg Whitman’s post-convention bounce appears to be over, and she and Democrat Jerry Brown are once again running a close contest for governor of California. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely California Voters, including leaners, shows Whitman … Continued


Delaware GOP Senate Primary: A Test Of Political Pragmatism

The tea party movement has largely been a boon for the country, reviving the case for limited government and a properly understood Constitution. Now that the general election campaign is near, however, we’ll see how well the movement and its … Continued


Reid Committed To Lame-Duck Session

We saw this coming… Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said he’s “committed” to a lame-duck session of Congress to wrap up unfinished legislation at the end of the year. The top Senate Democrat said the session would involve “mopping … Continued


Voters Sour On Congress, Both Parties

Good thing the ballot choices for Nov. 2′s national midterm elections don’t include “None of the Above.” Or voters would turn Congress upside down. That’s because a new Gallup Poll out this morning finds barely one-in-three Americans approves of the job … Continued


Fiorina Takes Lead In California Senate Race

Democratic incumbent Barbara Boxer and her Republican challenger Carly Fiorina remain in a dead heat in California’s race for the U.S. Senate. The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Voters, including leaners, shows Fiorina picking up 48% of … Continued


State Gains Would Give GOP Redistricting Edge

The midterm elections are being closely watched for the answer to a high-stakes question: Will Republicans have a majority in Congress for the next two years? But it is the outcome of a lower-profile battle over state legislatures that could … Continued


Republican John Koster Leads In WA-2

In the election for US House of Representatives in Washington’s 2nd Congressional District, Republican challenger John Koster is in a tight fight with incumbent Democrat Rick Larsen, according to this latest exclusive KING-TV poll conducted by SurveyUSA. 2 months until … Continued


Midterm Election Spending Sets Records Ahead of November

What recession? Despite the distressed economy, political campaigns are raising and spending more cash than ever before, according to the Associated Press. Gearing up for the November mid-term elections, House and Senate campaigns have raised a whopping $1.2 billion, the latest … Continued



Is Rick Perry In Trouble In Texas?

We hope not, but…. With the fight over Congress intensifying and President Obama’s agenda hanging in the balance, coverage of this fall’s governor’s races has largely fallen by the wayside. But the outcomes of some of these races will have … Continued