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Category Archives: 2014
Back in the day when hope and change floated through the political atmosphere like beautiful balloons, I signed up for the Obama campaign’s email list. I do that for candidates on both sides of the aisle. There’s no better way … Continue reading
Media fretted over possibilities we might not know who would control the Senate for weeks after the Nov. 4 elections, and now we know the concerns were unfounded. We could chalk up lack of pundits’ vision on the Republican sweep … Continue reading
As the November elections drew near, the Obama administration first published and later removed data about apprehensions on the US-Mexico border.
I was sitting in the studio at 600 WBOB AM (100.3 FM) shortly after polls closed on Election Day. As early coverage of the races began, I got word that Charlie Crist had asked a judge to extend voting hours … Continue reading
The race to determine who becomes the next governor of Florida has stymied pollsters and pundits because by all accounts, the race as of Election Day is still a tossup. Newspaper politicos have made a big deal out of the … Continue reading
When a heated campaign is underway, a candidate will often say something off the top of her head and regret it later. It’s the old shoot-yourself-in-the-foot factor. Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu (D) may be missing a foot this morning. One … Continue reading
You know it’s almost Election Day when pundits hype polls, and the Florida governor’s race is a favorite among media right now. Regardless of party preference, pundits agree on one thing. Gov. Rick Scott and attorney Charlie Crist are locked … Continue reading