Tagged: 2006

3 Incumbents Trailing

Joe Lieberman, Cynthia McKinney, Joe Schwarz. All incumbents, all losing (as of 10:16pm). If anyone needed an indication that 2006 will be an anti-incumbent year, I think we’re getting it on August 8th. That’s...

Son of a President

Jack Carter, the son of former POTUS Jimmy Carter, is running for the U.S. Senate from Nevada against incumbent Senator Ensign. Nevada is not expected to be among our pick-ups on Election Night, but...

Why Lamont Is Ahead

A new Rasmussen poll puts Ned Lamont ahead of Senator Joe Lieberman, by about 10%, in the primary. Worse still, Indie Joe only merits a tie with Lamont if Joe breaks with the Democrats...

The DCCC Still Is Net-Stupid

Don’t get me wrong, I am liking their recent revamp of their website (which I believe is the second one during this election cycle). But there is one thing that bothers me about the...

“To Hell With the Voters”

“To hell with the voters,” is never a phrase you want to hear from a politician. And I am even more disappointed to hear it from Joe Lieberman, Democratic Senator from Connecticut. But that...

Joementum is a dINO

I’ve been trying to find a good title for this post, and how best to write this given the news lately. Apparently, Joe Lieberman is facing a tough primary contest against Ned Lamont, a...

Fingers in a Dam

After Congressman Gallegly (R-CA) announced he would retire, within hours of the filing deadline, there was a mad scramble to salvage the seat for the House majority. Like in Ohio-6th, the seat is a...

If it’s Wednesday…

Then we probably have results from a Tuesday primary! First, congrats to Jeanna Mastrodicassa, as she is Gainesville’s newest City Commissioner-At-Large, beating a former commissioner handidly, by about 55%-45%. Mastrodicassa has long ties to...