Not much surprises us anymore. After years of watching the Republican Party increasingly embrace authoritarianism, nothing the GOP does is particularly shocking. So when Russia launched its full-scale war on Ukraine earlier this year, it made perfect sense that many Republicans and far-right commentators defended… Read More »Authoritarians Still At the Gate
Abraham Lincoln said, “Stand with anybody that stands right. Stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong.” It’s solid advice from a wise man, something many of us would teach and expect of our children. Yet we expect… Read More »Take It from Honest Abe: Time to Stand Right or Stand Down
ARIZONA SENATE POLL: Masters Makes Gains with Undecideds, but Unlikely to Overcome Kelly’s Huge Favorability Advantage
Center Street’s latest poll of the Arizona Senate race shows incumbent Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly (D) with a significant preference lead in all polling categories over his Republican challenger, Blake Masters, a week out from the election.
Center Street’s latest Ohio Senate poll shows Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan in a statistical tie with J.D. Vance for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat. Ryan has a slight lead over Vance among registered voters, 42% to 40%, with 18% undecided. When undecided voters, also considered “Leans,”… Read More »OHIO SENATE POLL: As Undecideds Break, Vance Has Advantage; Turnout Will Decide Statistical Tie
Speaking about Dr. Oz, a friend recently asked, “Why would someone give up fame, fortune and respect to become a senator?” The question seemed as relevant as ever after watching the soul-destroying Pennsylvania Senate debate last night. As sometimes happens, my mind bounced around from… Read More »There’s No Debate: Dr. Oz is Like Bad Medicine
Perhaps you read an op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune the other day, written by “Sen. Mike Lee’s campaign.” In it, the campaign touts Sen. Lee’s earned “reputation as a principled conservative,” listing his extensive legal credentials, legislative accomplishments and advocacy for limited government and… Read More »Mike Lee vs. Mike Lee
UTAH SENATE: Lee Has Big Advantage Over McMullin Among Likely Voters, But Tied Among Registered Voters
A new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, shows Republican Sen. Mike Lee has a significant lead in preference over independent Evan McMullin 50% to 38% among likely voters, with 12% undecided. However, among registered voters, the two candidates are… Read More »UTAH SENATE: Lee Has Big Advantage Over McMullin Among Likely Voters, But Tied Among Registered Voters
A new poll from Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com), a nonpartisan political action committee, shows likely voters prefer Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly over Republican Blake Masters 55% to 38% in the race for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat. Kelly also leads in preference among registered voters, 54%… Read More »POLL: Voters Prefer Kelly over Masters 55% to 38% as Kelly’s Favorability Soars￼
Ronald Reagan would not recognize this Republican Party. Instead of Reagan’s optimism, we see a GOP that stokes fear of people of color, of different ethnicities and religious beliefs. It’s a party that would rather cast stones and close borders than align themselves with the proponent of a stronger, more united United States of America.