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Black GOP Candidates Poised to Score Historic Election Victory

October 27, 2010 politisite 0

In an earlier story we had mentioned that there were 32 African-Americans running under the Republican Banner during the 2010 Primary.
Although Most of the News has been about Florida’s Allen West and South Carolina’s Tim Scott, there are 12 other black GOP candidates looking to make history in this year’s midterms:

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Key races to watch on Election Eve

October 27, 2010 politisite 0

It’s an especially challenging year for dozens of Democratic incumbents. Here’s a quick rundown of the party’s most vulnerable members. AL-2: REP. BOBBY BRIGHT: The freshman has voted against key Democratic bills and even said he won’t vote for Nancy Pelosi as speaker, but in this GOP-leaning district, it still might not be enough to save him. AZ-5: REP. HARRY MITCHELL: The two-term Democrat faces a rematch with Republican David […]

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Poll: Top Democrats to lose the South

October 27, 2010 politisite 0

In their latest look at House races around the country, The Hill sees the South slipping away from Democrats in a big way.  Veterans like John Spratt in South Carolina, Allen Boyd in Florida, and Jim Marshall in Georgia face almost certain defeat, according to the new polling.  With the big dogs dropping, the freshmen don’t have much of  a chance, either: Nowhere are Democrats more clearly threatened with heavy […]

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Election day just 6 days away, California US Senate Candidate, Carly Fiorina, hospitalized

October 26, 2010 politisite 0

Former Hewlett-Packard boss Carly Fiorina, who’s running against Barbara Boxer for one of California’s U.S. Senate seats, has been hospitalized for an infection. The infection is related to reconstructive surgery from her treatment for breast cancer. Fiorina, a republican, canceled appearances set for Riverside and Coachella, but her campaign’s chief of staff said it would likely be a short stay in the hospital. “Carly is upbeat and her doctors expect […]

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New Video Spoofs Democrat Sen. Barbara Boxer’s Infamous “Call Me Senator” Moment – Video

October 25, 2010 politisite 0

Call Me Madam Joe from RightChange on Vimeo. Here is an outstanding and hilarious new video that spoofs California Democrat Sen. Barbara Boxer’s “Call Me Senator” moment with a U.S. General. The General addressed Boxer as “Ma’am,” which is completely respectful and in accord with military protocol. But Boxer told him she wanted to be called “Senator” because, “I worked so hard for that title.” This video absolutely skewers Boxer […]

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2010 House Competitive Races – Democrats 91 seats vs. GOP 9 seats in Jeopardy

October 24, 2010 politisite 0

2010 COMPETITIVE HOUSE RACE CHART Likely: These seats are not considered competitive at this point but have the potential to become engaged. Lean: These are considered competitive races but one party has an advantage. Toss-Up: These are the most competitive; either party has a good chance of winning. Democrats currently have 91 seats listed as Lean or Toss Up. Republicans currently have 9 seats listed as Lean or Toss Up. […]

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Ten days to Mid-Term Elections, where does your State Senate race Stand?

October 23, 2010 politisite 0

It’s always been unlikely that Republicans will pick up the 10 seats needed to take control of the Senate, but a gain of seven or eight seats would be enough for the GOP to effectively block any Democratic proposal and perhaps even move some pieces of legislation. In fact, getting to 48 or 49 members might put Republicans in position to woo enough party switchers to make a majority, depending […]

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NPR Fired Juan Williams for Telling the Truth- Fox News Hires Him on the Spot

October 21, 2010 politisite 0

Editors Note:  Congratulations for Hiring Juan Williams Full Time.  That is Fair and Balanced.  While I don’t agree with Juan on many issues, I have always enjoyed seeing him taking a stand on the mostly conservative Fox News.  He is an insightful commentator.  National Public Radio has shown it’s true colors that it would rather be politically correct during donor week then allow its contributors to share an honest view. […]

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PC Police at NPR fire Juan Williams for remarks on Muslims

October 21, 2010 politisite 0

National Public Radio has fired journalist Juan Williams over remarks he made on Fox News about Muslims, the network announced Thursday. Williams was asked by Bill O’Reilly during Fox’s “The O’Reilly Factor” earlier this week whether the U.S. is facing a “Muslim dilemma.” According to an NPR statement, Williams responded: “Look, Bill, I’m not a bigot. You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in […]

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South Carolina Governor: Haley (R) Posts Smaller Lead Over Sheheen (D) Election 2010

October 21, 2010 politisite 0

Republican Nikki Haley remains ahead of Democratic State Senator Vincent Sheheen in the race to be South Carolina’s next governor. But she’s fallen to her lowest level of support this year and for the first time posts only a single-digit lead. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in South Carolina finds Haley, a state legislator, earning 47% support, while Sheheen picks up 38% of the vote. Four […]