What To Watch For On Election Day 2016

With perhaps few exceptions throughout history to point to, this has been the ugliest, slimiest, pettiest, most revolting and depressing presidential election in memory. It’s also been the most fascinating.  Here’s what we got. Breaking one glass ceiling after another, it was not much of a surprise that Hillary Clinton became the Democratic nominee this …

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Senate Race Prediction Contest

With the presidential race having lost some of its luster, the big game in town is the battle for control of the Senate.  Republicans, which currently hold a 54-46 majority, are defending 24 of the 34 Senate seats up this year.  Nearly everyone expects the GOP to lose seats in November, but will it be …

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At Stake In Today’s Primaries

We can debate at some other point whether or not it’s premature to include the preferences of superdelegates in the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination.  Here’s what’s at stake in today’s primaries: — Presidential primaries in California (polls close at 11 pm Eastern), New Jersey (8 pm), New Mexico/South Dakota/North Dakota (9 pm) and …

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An Empty Celebration

There is something that is troubling me as I watch the Associated Press and the networks declare that Hillary Clinton has won enough delegates needed to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination.  I can’t put my finger on it.  Maybe it’s just the way it ended. It’s not that I was rooting for her opponent.  I …

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