The dust is finally settling from the election. And I’ll be talking more later about some of the ramifications. Today, though, I’m interested in some navel gazing. There are many lessons to be learned from this election, by many parties.
I’ll cover some high-level views today, but next week I’m going to delve into some of the bigger topics from the White House and Senate perspective.
And, with that, here are some lessons. (more…)
Time’s up! Pencils down! Now the ballots get turned in and counted. This is the article in which we can do our play by play watch as the results come trickling, and then flooding, in.
Here’s a handy list of what to be watching for, and the times to start watching for them. (more…)
Here we are, at the end of the road for so many campaigns. And it’s the time when I deliver my final predictions.
As with Saturday, I’m starting with early voting. Like Saturday, this edition includes a section on the gubernatorial races. After that, I delve into the Senate, followed by the Presidential race. I’m dropping the other external factors, as they should all be priced into the polls by now.
That said, Hurricane Sandy could have an impact on turnout. But with no precedent upon which to draw, it’s anybody’s guess as to what the impact will be.
We’re but three days away from Election Day, and this is my last Saturday edition of these Watches. My final edition will run on Tuesday, Election Day, when I will deliver my final predictions.
As with last Tuesday, I’ll start by looking at the elements that cross offices. Unlike Tuesday, this edition includes a section on the gubernatorial races. After that, I delve into the Senate, followed by the Presidential race.
We’re but a week away from Election Day, and that means it’s time once again to step up the frequency of the Watches. Starting today, I am combining the Reëlection and Senate watches into a single article, which will run today, Saturday, and Election Day, when I will deliver my final predictions.
This makes today’s article far lengthier than usual, but packed with nutritional data. And tasty, too.
I’ll start by looking at the elements that cross offices, and then delve into the Senate, followed by the Presidential race. (more…)
Each week brings an ever increasing flood of data. For this reason, today is the last weekly version of Reëlection Watch. Starting next week, Reëlection Watch and Senate Watch will be combined in a format that will appear for the last three slots prior to the election.
What’s the latest news? Let’s dive in and see.