This is the full rush transcript from CBS News Democratic primary debate on February 25, 2020 in Charleston, South Carolina. ** NORAH O’DONNELL, CBS NEWS ANCHOR: Tonight, the battle for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, where everything is on the line. GAYLE KING, CO-HOST, “CBS THIS MORNING”: Seven candidates face off in the final debate before the South Carolina and Super Tuesday primaries. I’m Gayle King. O’DONNELL: And I’m Norah […]
Politisite Political Projections for the 2020 Nevada Caucuses for the Democratic Presidential Nomination.
Anyone who has followed PolitiSite Political Projections over the past three election cycles has become familiar with our Polling Prognostication model. In a nutshell, Politisite Political Projections consists of determining a candidates momentum going into election or caucus day using polling analysis similar to how one may project relative price strength compared to a specific sector of stocks.
The Democratic National Committee released the qualification criteria for participation in the tenth Democratic presidential primary debate, which will be hosted by CBS News on February 25. The debate is co-hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Institute. To qualify for the South Carolina debate stage, candidates may qualify either by (1) meeting a delegate threshold, or (2) meeting a polling threshold. Qualifying polls for the debate will include national polling […]
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 […]
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:
So why did Kagan put Innocent life in quotes? what does this tell us about her? In 1980 following the wins for the Republican party, Kagan wrote, “victories of these anonymous but Moral Majority-backed [candidates] . . . these avengers of ‘innocent life’ and the B-1 Bomber . . .” By putting the Term ‘innocent life” in quotes is more then telling, she is alluding that the unborn are not […]
Critics of the tea parties have tried to paint their membership as monochrome and their opposition to President Obama’s policies as rooted in racism. That story line doesn’t really hold up for anyone who has actually attended a tea party, and Gallup reported this week that, in terms of “age, educational background, employment status, and race — Tea Partiers are quite representative of the public at large.” But a better […]
The advent of television fundamentally changed the nature of political campaigns: Candidates were suddenly able to reach voters through paid advertisements beamed directly into their homes. More recently, the rise of the Internet and YouTube has allowed candidates to reach even wider audiences. Take a look at some of the most memorable presidential campaign spots, from Eisenhower to Obama. Everyone over 50 can remember the Johnson ad called ‘daisy’ How […]
It appears everyone and his brother is seeking to categorize, direct and control the incredible increasing powerful phenomenon known as the Tea Party Movement. Some say it is doomed to fail because it does not have a single charismatic leader. Some say taking a stand on social issues such as abortion is death to the movement. Stick to the Constitution is their mantra. Some fret, what about the in-fighting and […]
January 31, 2008 What do you think of tonight’s Democratic debate? Posted: 07:54 PM ET The Kodak Theatre is also home of the Academy Awards ceremony. We want your real-time reactions to what Obama and Clinton are saying. Do agree or disagree? Who’s making the most persuasive arguments? Are they addressing the issues or just being combative? Who’s dodging the questions? What would you ask the candidates? Sound off by adding […]