Daily Archives: May 19, 2010

The PA-12 takeaway: Republicans are not well liked

Public-Policy Polling’s post-primary analysis of its polling in Pennsylvania’s 12th District, where Democrats cruised to victory Tuesday, holding Jack Murtha’s House seat with 8 points to spare, offers a nice, cold splash of water for Republicans, and for the pundits … Continue reading

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Chicken Run: Sue Lowden tries to escape ‘chickens for check-ups’

… but she can’t.

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In Florida, everybody’s Arlen Specter

The triumph of Democrat Joe Sestak over Democratic convert Arlen Specter has every political candidate in Florida scrambling to paint poor old Arlen onto their opponents. But only one Florida pol deserves to wear the ignominious crown.

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Semi-Super Tuesday results: sorry, Charlie Cook, it’s not 1994

So … about 2010 being 1994 … Charlie Cook probably downed an entire bottle of scotch tonight, because Republicans were not the masters of all they surveyed. Maybe tomorrow on “Morning Joe,”  Chuck Todd will choose a new narrative for … Continue reading

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