Category Archives: Elections

Joe Trippi: Weird Deaniac?

This morning, I Tweeted about Brexit and included @JoeTrippi because I got the Brexit article from Trippi’s Twitter timeline. Soon, I got a text message from a frenemy who said (spelling cleaned up): You are still an idiot! Why do you … Continue reading

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Key women are abandoning Donald Trump

By Ken Feltman When Donald Trump’s profanity started to get more attention from reporters and political commentators, his support among women fell. The Trump campaign told Radnor that the slip was temporary. They said the women who were speaking out against … Continue reading

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While we were paying attention to Donald Trump …

by Ken Feltman   While the media were reporting the outbursts and arrogance of Donald Trump, other things were happening – things that will be more important in the long run.  Several candidates are running short of money. Rick Perry, … Continue reading

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Pollster Frank Luntz sums up the shortcomings of some of the GOP candidates

Tomorrow night’s much anticipated Republican showdown will probably disappoint more than inform. Here are a few thoughts on some of the candidates from Frank Luntz, one of the savviest Republican pollsters: Scott Walker: He’s casual, he’s committed, he’s passionate. Chris Christie:  He … Continue reading

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A tale of two Virginias

By Ken Feltman House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), widely assumed to be the next speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, was beaten in a primary yesterday. The media are claiming Cantor’s loss is a shocking, totally unexpected event. … Continue reading

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