Super Tuesday 2020 Political Projections

March 1, 2020 Albert N. Milliron 0

Six candidates made it past the first four political contests for the Democratic Nomination.  While election prognosticators had it relatively as the had to evaluate pols for only one state at a time, Super Tuesday present a much greater challenge.  With eleven States and one U.S. Territory elections on a single day, polling analysis becomes a bit more complicated.

Joe Biden at South Carolina Democratic Debate (Photo Credit: Sidney Evans / Politisite

South Carolina Democratic Primary Results – PolitiSite Election Projection

February 28, 2020 Albert N. Milliron 0

While Bernie Sanders was closing in on Joe Biden in the South Carolina Primary,  Joe Biden is expected to pull out a win when all the votes are counted on February 29, 2020.

It wasn’t because a great debate performance during the 10th Democratic Debate in Charleston, South Carolina on Tuesday and it wasn’t because of a major South Carolina state newspaper endorsement., it all came down to the single most important endorsement by an individual.  That individual is House Majority Whip Congressman Jim Clyburn.  Frankly, South Carolina Democrat politics is the among the few states that have people of color making up the majority of voters. These voters look to Clyburn for guidance and (more often then not) follow his lead by pulling the lever for the candidate he endorses.

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New Hampshire Primary Winners and Losers 2020

February 10, 2020 Albert N. Milliron 2

Politisite Political Projections for the 2020 New Hampshire Primary Democratic Presidential Nomination. Political polling predictions is where the Pollsters and Pundits make the real money.  If you get it right, you’re a hero and on every cable channel in America. If not you are pushed to the side like yesterdays news.  This is the nature of political projections. PolitiSite uses a momentum modality that is often used with investment instruments […]

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Blaming the Voters – Democrats embrace the Chris Farley school of political motivation.

September 29, 2010 Politisite 0

Democrats seeking to boost voter turnout this fall are beginning to sound like the late comedian Chris Farley’s portrayal of a “motivational speaker” on Saturday Night Live. Farley’s character sought to inspire young people by announcing that they wouldn’t amount to “jack squat” and would someday be “living in a van down by the river.” Massachusetts Senator John Kerry, who prefers sailing vessels to vans by the river, recently tried […]

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Mike Castle didn't call O'Donnell but took calls from Obama and Biden last night

September 15, 2010 Politisite 0

Hmmm: What did Mike Castle talk about with Obama and Biden last night? By Michelle Malkin  •  September 15, 2010 11:37 PM It’s been 24 hours since Delaware GOP Senate primary winner Christine O’Donnell dethroned nine-term Soros Republican incumbent Mike Castle. As of tonight, he still hadn’t placed an obligatory call to congratulate her — and his e-mail to supporters doesn’t mention her at all, according to the Delaware News Journal. Even […]

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Biden admits there where policy disagreements between WH and McChrystal

July 18, 2010 Politisite 0

WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden says he never viewed ousted Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s mocking comment about him as a personal attack — but rather a reflection of policy disagreements over Afghanistan. Biden told ABC television’s “This Week” that President Barack Obama’s decision to fire his military commander in Afghanistan over McChrystal’s remarks in Rolling Stone magazine was “the absolutely necessary thing to do.” And he said others in the […]

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FEC: Biden fined for 2008 presidential campaign violations

July 17, 2010 Politisite 0

The Federal Election Commission has penalized Vice President Joe Biden’s 2008 presidential campaign $219,000 for accepting over-the-limit contributions and a deeply discounted flight on a private jet owned by an embattled New York hedge fund, as well as for sloppy record-keeping. Biden’s campaign has indicated to the FEC that it will pay the penalty to the U.S. Treasury to resolve the campaign finance compliance issues, which were revealed in an […]

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General McChrystal apologizes ahead of Rolling Stone article calling Obama unprepared

June 21, 2010 Politisite 0

The POTUS doesn’t like being called “unprepared” especially following the Gulf Oil spill. Look for The General to retire abruptly. My guess, resignation on Friday night.
The top U.S. general in Afghanistan apologized on Monday for comments by his aides insulting some of President Barack Obama’s closest advisers in an article to be published on Friday in Rolling Stone magazine.

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General McChrystal apologizes ahead of Rolling Stone article calling Obama unprepared

June 21, 2010 Politisite 0

The POTUS doesn’t like being called “unprepared” especially following the Gulf Oil spill. Look for The General to retire abruptly. My guess, resignation on Friday night.
The top U.S. general in Afghanistan apologized on Monday for comments by his aides insulting some of President Barack Obama’s closest advisers in an article to be published on Friday in Rolling Stone magazine.

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Biden has a special purpose

March 2, 2010 Politisite 0

Former Senate parliamentarian Robert Dove, a guy who’s been getting a lot of exposure lately, says that the vice president, in his role as president of the Senate, can overrule the parliamentarian’s calls on what provisions fit under reconciliation rules and which don’t — a fact that could fundamentally alter the floor debate should Democrats use the maneuver to bypass Republicans’ filibuster threat. “The parliamentarian only can advise, it is […]