Will African-American voter turnout help Democrats this November?

  Democratic strategists are hoping to bolster African-American turnout in an attempt to keep the Senate in their hands. But is this really anything new given the fact that African-Americans have been mostly voting Democratic for the last 50 years? For Democrats, focusing on African-American turnout has always made sense. So the fact that Democratic strategists are actually […]

 

Democrats should be worried about Benghazi (Fox News appearance)

Video from 8/29/14 Democrats are right to be worried.  Obama has weakened America abroad in ways that we’re only just beginning to discover and that’s going to come home to roost over the next few years. Benghazi is big, but it’s just one part of a pattern of failures all of which originate from Hillary […]

 

Future of GOP hinges on minority vote

Reince Priebus, Chairman of the RNC has stated that “Big changes are ahead for the GOP” and part of these vital changes includes catering to minority groups that have felt alienated in the past. Plain and simple, future Republican victories hinge on capturing the growing minority vote. The GOP is working to ensure that it […]

 

No dominant issue leads the midterms

To date there is no single, major issue that is grabbing the public’s attention as we move closer to midterm elections. Truly this election is about nothing but at the same time it’s about anything voters want it to be. While Republicans hammer down on Obamacare, the administration’s major foreign policy woes such as Benghazi and an economy […]

 

Why polling is necessary

http://blog.ispe.org/?p=1658 One of the most important questions facing any campaign is when and how often to conduct a survey.  Doing a poll is a little like getting married: you shouldn’t rush into it, it needs to be well planned, you need to be committed about doing it right and you must have a clear understanding […]

 

Republican Outreach to Minority Voters Must Be Consistent

The Republican Party needs to make a conscious effort in consistent outreach to Latinos and other minority voters; not only during election season. The party needs to dedicate a majority of their resources and time in minority outreach, a lesson Democrats learned last election cycle. Recent efforts like sending thousands of party workers into minority […]

 

Politico highlights GOP Senate advancements

Politico’s most recent Senate race ratings show Republicans gaining  critical ground in states that will decide which party takes control of the Senate this November. Politico made the biggest change  in Iowa, which the news outlet changed from Leans Democratic to Toss-up as Republican hopeful, Joni Ernst, has made some serious improvements. This could end […]

 

Democrats’ broken promises endanger Senate chances

When Senate Democrats were elected back in 2008, they promised the American people their progressive legislation and reform would benefit the middle class, minorities and women. But if you take a look at the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey data, it clearly shows their programs like most of this administration’s policies, are filled with broken […]

 

Obama’s vacations by the numbers

   Below is Courtesy of the Republican National Committee’s Research Department. As Obama Vacations And Plays Golf In Martha’s Vineyard, His Presidency Flounders $7 Trillion: Amount Of Debt Obama Has Added To The Federal Debt Since Becoming President. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 8/13/14) $7.6 Billion: The Amount Added To The Debt Since Obama Left For Vacation […]

 

We can’t forget about Alaska

One of the closest and most significant Senate races in the country this year is Alaska’s election for the junior Senate slot, a seat currently held by Democrat Mark Begich. In 2008, Begich was helped immeasurably by the Obama for President Campaign in Alaska, along with Harry Ried and Chuck Schumer, but this time around he […]

 

WPA CEO Chris Wilson featured on Fox News’s America’s Newsroom

WPA CEO & Partner Chris Wilson was featured on Fox News’s America’s Newsroom this morning, giving his commentary on recent U.S. operations in Iraq. Check out his talking points below!  President Obama is very good at blaming someone, anyone, else for his failures.  If you listen to him, the situation in Iraq is somehow still […]

 

Montana: The Democratic Party’s Worse Race Yet

John Walsh ended his Senate campaign against Republican Rep. Steve Daines in Montana, after admitting heplagiarized in his master’s thesis at the U.S. Army War College. However his announcement will most likely have little impact since it was unlikely that he was going to win the seat. From the beginning Walsh was never a serious threat. Even […]

 

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