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Greg Orman: “While Senator Roberts won tonight, we didn’t lose.”

This was just the beginning. The independent movement grew stronger with an incredibly impressive showing by Greg Orman in the US Senate campaign in ruby-red Kansas against not just a three-term incumbent but the entire DC political machine. Onwards and … Continue reading

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USC: Early Evidence Supports Effectiveness of California Election Reform

Out this week, an early analysis from the Schwarzenegger Institute at USC written by Prof. Christian Grose, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern California, on the effectiveness of California’s election fixes including redistricting and top-two primary reforms. … Continue reading

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“Got Insurance?”: Goofy Ads, Lamely Effective Partisan Politics

Seen the “Got Insurance?” online ads produced by ProgressNow Colorado to encourage millennials to sign up for ObamaCare? Read more of the Post’s coverage of the controversial ads here: http://www.denverpost.com/politics/ci_24509632/pro-obamacare-ads-targeting-millennials-stir-controversy-colorado And visit ProgressNow’s grammatically-challenged web site url to see all … Continue reading

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  300,000 more Colorado voters in 2013 than in 2011? That’s a big difference — particularly for an off-cycle election without a flashpoint issue statewide. Certainly some moderately hot button issues (secession rumblings in 11 counties, A66 question, fracking in a … Continue reading

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A pox on both their houses…

Pollster Peter Hart calls it a “Howard Beale moment” — only 3 of 10 Americans are optimistic about our political system, a majority don’t identify with either major party, two thirds believe the country is in decline — Americans don’t … Continue reading

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