Category Archives: US Senate Races

US Senate Primary results

Obscured  by the media circus in Wisconsin, some states had primary elections. California had this strange non-partisan primary where the two top vote getters in the primary will face each other in November, even if they were both Democrats or … Continue reading

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The return of Mark Davis

Salem Radio’s frames the arrival of Mark Davis  (perhaps more accurately than they intended) that they “just sat back and waited for their competition to screw up”. You probably have heard Mark Davis a number of times filling in for … Continue reading

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It’s primary day in Texas

Expect the National Media like Fox News to blather on and on about how Texas concludes the nominating process for Mitt Romney, but completely ignore the much more nationally significant race for US Senator. Kay Bailey Hutchison is retiring, making … Continue reading

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California’s Screwy election law change

Many American trends start in California, so it’s worth paying attention. On June 5th, voters will be going to a primary election like no other – it will be a non-partisan primary.  Dianne Feinstein is running for reelection to the … Continue reading

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2012 US Senate Race

With Dick Lugar losing and Mitt Romney locked in as the Republican candidate for President, it’s time to look at the US Senate race more closely.   If Romney wins, but loses the Senate or only has a 1 or 2 … Continue reading

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Regime Change

You don’t get more “Republican Estabishment” than Senator Dick Lugar of Indiana. He’s been in the US Senate since 1976, never having a serious challenger in a primary and living full time in Washington DC. When polls showed that he … Continue reading

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