Women make up a majority—53 percent—of the national electorate, and are key to any Democrat’s path to the White House. In 2008, while Obama won the election by 7 points, his winning margin among women was 13. In Ohio, the picture was similar: women make up 52% of the electorate and went for Obama over McCain by 8 points.
Because of the importance of winning the women’s vote, we will be monitoring available polling in Ohio to see how this important demographic is feeling about the candidates. We posted earlier this month that the President […]Full Story... →
Yesterday’s Supreme Court arguments on the Affordable Care Act seemed to cause a bit of a panic by progressives. We received a little perspective from an attorney friend who is a member of the Supreme Court Bar that made us feel a bit better. Here is part of his email:
I agree that liberals seemed to be in a bit of a panic. I think a few things happened that made things appear worse than they are.
First, the Solicitor General didn’t do a very good job. I listened to the arguments, and the Solicitor was clearly nervous and not […]Full Story... →
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