Dan Riehl

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Democrat's Donor Disaster Preparedness Better Than For Ebola?

Democrats weren't thinking ahead in terms of preparing to protect Americans from Ebola, the White House and CDC have already admitted that. But the thought of deep pocketed Democrat donors ending up with egg on their faces on election night?  Oct 31, 2014 10:42 AM PT

Hagan Up Slightly In North Carolina Early Voting

Given that Kay Hagan was viewed as vulnerable going in and establishment Republicans got the candidate they wanted, they won't be able to blame a loss on the Tea party if they don't dig in now and get Thom Tillis across the finish line ahead of Hagan. Here's a quick look back from May of this year. Oct 31, 2014 9:53 AM PT

Social Issues Not A Priority With Mid-Term Voters

Mark Udall made himself into something of a laughingstock in Colorado by focusing so strongly on certain social issues, even the media began referring to him as Mark 'Uterus,' instead of Udall. Oct 31, 2014 9:37 AM PT

Jeb Bush Promises GOP Immigration Reform To Spanish-Speaking Media

A great many Republican House and Senate candidates may be staying away from talking immigration,  or immigration reform this cycle, but not Jeb Bush. A funny thing happened on Jeb's recent visit to Colorado to stump for Republican Cory Gardner in his race against Democrat Mark Udall. Oct 30, 2014 9:07 AM PT

Hillary Whines About Big Money in Politics

Apparently having learned nothing from complaints that they were flat broke when she and husband Bill left the White House backfiring so disastrously for her, now Hillary is whining about big money in politics - as if she and Bill's path to the White House was lined with flowers, not greenbacks. Oct 29, 2014 6:29 PM PT

African-American Turn-out Up in Early Voting

Getting out the vote among minorities and women, who tend to vote for Democrats in higher numbers, has always been qa part of the Democrat's mid-term strategy. Oct 29, 2014 9:13 AM PT

Big Tech Donors Mostly Lean Dem

At the same time, with so many options available to inject money into political campaigns with your fingerprints, let alone own name on it, any analysis is likely to be inconclusive. Oct 28, 2014 8:43 PM PT

Kansas Gov and Senate Races Up For Grabs

With a week to go before Kansas voters go to the polls, two new surveys indicate both the race for the governorship and the senate are in toss-up territory. Oct 28, 2014 8:28 PM PT

Democrat's Criticism of Obama Still Growing

If the conventional wisdom has been Democrats in general are dissatisfied with Barack Obama and his administration, if anything, said dissatisfaction appears to be growing as we approach the mid-term elections. Oct 28, 2014 10:06 AM PT

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