Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

In Colorado, the Obama Administration offered a job to Andrew Romanoff to keep him out of the Senate race. In Pennsylvania, we’re still trying to answer the questions regarding what exactly was offered to Joe Sestak. Now the attention has turned to New York and Steve Israel’s decision not to run for Senate there (thanks: […]

Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell (D) thinks the Obama team mishandled it’s response to the Blagojevich arrest and subsequent revelation he was trying to sell Obama’s senate seat. The public, said Rendell, understands Obama and his aides would have an interest in who fills the Senate seat, and some contact with the governor’s office — and […]

Senator Hillary Clinton looks for every advantage she can. If you can get away with it, flaunt it! So, here it is: on the day of a crucial primary for her campaign, in a state with a large Catholic vote, Hillary Clinton deliberately wears a piece of religious jewelry identifying her with a popular Catholic […]

I sometimes get frustrated when I read things that are written about political campaigns by people who have never planned one. Political campaigns aren’t rocket science but they’re not as simple as ordering at a McDonald’s Drive-thru either. (I’m really trying to work on my analogies.) Anyone can learn the ins-and-outs of political campaigning. All […]