Archive for January, 2008

January 30, 2008

Next Tuesday, February 5th, will be a red letter political day for Alabama. We will be a full participant in Mega Super Tuesday. We will be one of twenty-two states holding a presidential preference primary that day. It will be the first time in decades that we will have a real say in the party […]

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January 23, 2008

Political campaign gurus and insiders have always known that there is a difference between running for a legislative, congressional or senatorial seat versus a race for mayor, governor or president. The big difference is that voters do not seem to scrutinize the personal and family life of a lawmaker or congressman. They are one of […]

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January 16, 2008

Although our United States Congressmen are up for election every two years, they seldom are challenged. Incumbents win reelection at a 96% rate. Our founding fathers intended for the U.S. House of Representatives to reflect the changing mood of the country and for the House members to be reflective of the electorate in every way. […]

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January 09, 2008

The cavalcade of presidential preference primaries has begun. They will fall fast and furiously over the next two months and when the dust settles you will have a good idea who will be the Republican and Democratic Party nominees for the November general election. The dynamics of the presidential race have changed dramatically this year. […]

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January 02, 2008

As we enter the New Year we find ourselves in the midst of a political year in full swing. We are off to the races and in full throttle in the 2008 presidential juggernaut. It will be a horserace for both parties’ nomination. It is a wide-open race. This year’s contest is the first time […]

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