Tag Archives: election 2010

Libertarians Claim Romney Cannot Appear on the Ballot in November

On August 15th, the Libertarian Party in Washington State petitioned to have Mitt Romney’s name removed from the Republican ticket in November. They are claiming that the GOP is no longer ‘significant’ enough to qualify as a major party under Washington law. Chapter 29A of the Revised Code of Washington defines a major party as:… Read More »

Rick Perry: Perfect Christian, Perfect Candidate, Superhero, Or None Of The Above?

Today is the day. This day has been debated throughout the political community for some time now. Will Rick Perry, Governor of the Lone Star State, throw his hat into the ring for the 2012 Presidential race? Today Governor Perry made it official! Yes, he is running for President! There are as many conflicting arguments… Read More »

How the 2010 Election WILL Change Things

Rasmussen published a “State of the Day” that was somewhat disturbing: 46% expected noticeable change if Republicans took control of both houses while 33% did not.  Now that Republicans have only taken control of one house of Congress, are people less-likely to expect any noticeable results?  If they don’t they only have themselves to blame.… Read More »

TV Station “Forgot” to Air O’Donnell Ad

Wilmington, DE – An Election Eve television outreach by Delaware Republican Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell was not aired as scheduled, even though the campaign paid for the advertising last week. O’Donnell campaign spokesman Doug Sachtleben offered the following statement: “It’s still unclear as to why the local cable channel failed to air the half-hour long… Read More »

Former Governor Pete du Pont Officially Endorses O’Donnell

Wilmington, DE– Former Republican Governor of Delaware Pete Du Pont has officially endorsed Christine O’Donnell, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate. “It is my belief that Christine O’Donnell will represent the First State honorably in the United States Senate. “As you know, she will be seated immediately following the November 2nd election making her votes… Read More »

The Back-And-Forth on the Latinos for Reform Ads

WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ — The following is a statement from Latinos for Reform: In responding to the Latinos for Reform “Don’t Vote” ad campaign, President Obama said, “It is a cynical political ploy…” In reality, it is cynical that the President — then Candidate Obama — promised comprehensive immigration reform to 12 million vulnerable… Read More »