Tag Archives: Democratic nominee
Democratic debate: bring the noise
It is time to separate the wheat from the chaff. Democratic activists and voters need to prioritize eliminating non-hackers who do not pack the gear to make it through the long hard slog to become the next President of the United States. The first candidate who should be eliminated is the most obvious – Beto […]
Is a gender gap developing in the Democratic Primary for US Senate?
It has not been much discussed but as the summer has worn on the public polling in the US Senate race has indicated clearly that Patrick Murphy does better among females not only head-to-head with Alan Grayson in a hypothetical Democratic Primary but also when matched up against Republicans in a General Election. I will […]
Election 2014 Winners/Losers Part II
This is Part II of our election breakdown. Part I can be viewed here and we will wrap up our list tomorrow with a third installment. Stay tuned! LOSER JOHN MORGAN AND BEN POLLARA Despite the national Republican tide, legalization of cannabis took major steps forward nationally on Tuesday – except in Florida where Amendment […]
Hopes for Amendment 2: Up in Smoke?
When the constitutional amendment to bring medical marijuana was first discussed in the state of Florida, it was assumed it would be a huge advantage to the Democratic nominee because it would boost turnout and bring a huge advantage against Rick Scott. As recently as three weeks ago, there was a series of stories about […]