Tag Archives: 2010 elections

Here come the Huns – or maybe the Finns

By Ken Feltman  If you call a tail a leg, how many legs has a dog? Five? No, calling a tail a leg don’t make it a leg. – Abraham Lincoln The aftershocks of the November election are subsiding. More … Continue reading

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The dogs don’t like the dog food

by Ken Feltman All of us failed to match our dreams of perfection. – William Faulkner Advertising maven David Ogilvy is credited with the tale of the dog food manufacturer who hired a prestigious ad agency to promote his brand. … Continue reading

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Radnor’s election predictions

Our final projection from November 1: GOP +9 Senate and +61 House. We believed that Democrats Reid (Nevada) and Murray (Washington) would lose and we saw a slightly smaller House wave than actually rolled across the land.

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Another unfinished election?

Isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves? – Andy Warhol By Ken Feltman Have we learned anything this election cycle that we did not know before? I am tempted to say no because the lessons many … Continue reading

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Missed opportunity?

By Ken Feltman Despite clear messages from independents and Tea Party activists that spending and tax issues were of most importance, many Republicans continued to stress social issues this year. Radnor’s review of hundreds of focus groups shows that independents … Continue reading

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