Daily Archives: August 25, 2010

Analysis: Florida primaries bring good news, bad news

From the Examiner’s Daniel Tilson, (2010 Netroots Award winner for best writing) the “hooray!” and the “sweet Jesus, really?” from last night’s sorta super Tuesday. The upshot is that low voter turnout (around 20 percent) and generlized apathy on the Democratic side is … Continue reading

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Thump: McCain serves Hayworth

Well that was interesting… After all that… all the money John McCain spent (some $20 million…) and all he did to his reputation in his desperation to hang on to his Senate seat, it wasn’t even close.

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How the pollsters fared in Florida

And the polling winner is: Public Policy Polling. No more calling them Rasmussen for Democrats, folks. PPP came the closest to calling the results last night, and unlike Mason-Dixon and Quinnipiac, they didn’t raise McCollum’s hopes cruelly (although QP did come … Continue reading

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