Analysis

2012 U.S. Senate Forecast – October 2011 Update

Aside from winning the White House, the best way for the GOP to weaken President Obama’s power is for Republicans to win control of the U.S. Senate. In 2012, 33 Senate seats will be up (23 Democratic-held seats will be … Continued


2012 Electoral Map Projection – October 2011 Update

The Political Quarterback’s 2012 Electoral College scorecard remains relatively unchanged from July 2011. At the end of September, President Obama’s approval rating continues to sag and polls show strong showings by candidates Romney, Perry and even Cain against the increasingly … Continued


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


2011 Governors Races – August 2011 Update

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


2012 Electoral Map Projection – July 2011 Update

The Political Quarterback’s 2012 Electoral College scorecard is showing a small shift away from President Barack Obama, with the addition of Pennsylvania to the “toss-up” column. The increasing uncertainty of the race is driven primarily by continuing consumer concern with … Continued


2011 Governors Races – June 2011 Update

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


2012 Electoral Map Projection – April 2011 Update

CivicForumPAC offers an early analysis of the Electoral College landscape for 2012. Breaking down the numbers state by state, the successes of newly inaugurated Republican governors in several states will be key to the fortunes of the eventual GOP presidential nominee.


2012 Electoral Map Projection – February 2011 Update

CivicForumPAC offers an early analysis of the Electoral College landscape for 2012. Breaking down the numbers state by state, the successes of newly inaugurated Republican governors in several states will be key to the fortunes of the eventual GOP presidential nominee.