2011 Governors Races – October 2011 Update

  Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and West Virginia are electing governors in 2011, but the contests look to be competitive in only one state (West Virginia). In Louisiana and Mississippi, no strong Democratic candidate has emerged and there is no sign … Continued


Romney Struggles To Win Republican Enthusiasm

Mitt Romney could be the presidential candidate with it all — money, organization, experience — except the thing he wants most. The love and enthusiasm of his fellow Republicans. Romney, the button-down establishment man, has never inspired the passion that … Continued


Should Chris Christie Run For President?

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie would surely make a fine president if elected. But a successful run through the thorny gauntlet of the GOP nominating process requires an unquestioned commitment. It takes serious preparation, buy-in from your family, excellent messaging … Continued


Will President Obama Lose Colorado?

If the eventual GOP presidential nominee wins Colorado in addition to Florida, that individual will be the next president of the United States. But winning the Centennial State will not be easy. It will require an expansive, but efficient Republican … Continued


Larry Sabato: Chris Christie Could Win It All In 2012

On the heels of a poor showing by Texas Governor Rick Perry in the debates and some Republican primary voters’ reservations about former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, famed political prognosticator Larry Sabato stokes the New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for … Continued


Bill Clinton: Obama’s Plan To Raise Taxes Is Not The Answer

Former President Bill Clinton tells Newsmax’s Jim Meyers and Christopher Ruddy that President Obama’s plans to increase taxes in this economic downturn won’t solve anything. President Obama this week unveiled his plan to raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans in … Continued


Electability Becoming A Factor In Romney/Perry GOP Battle

In the battle for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination between Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, Gallup indicates that general election electability is beginning to become an issue for Republican primary voters. Perry seems to have … Continued