No state split its presidential and senate ballots in 2016, a phenomenon that has never happened before.  Jason Kander came within 2 points with incumbent Republican Roy Blunt, but the turnout generated by Donald Trump is too large for Kander to prevail; were Trump to win a slightly smaller margin, Kander would be the […]
Kevin O’Leary is a businessman who has been touted Trump-like on his approach to politics. Disclosure: this is not an endorsement of Kevin O’Leary and is in no way a promotion of his ideology. Kevin O’Leary initially strikes to me as a Trumpesque candidate who could possibly be running on the slogan “make Canada […]
Due to some personal issues, I will temporarily not update this blog until when I post the next installment for my Senate/Governor race rankings. Stay tuned for more updates!
I’m finally back, after some burdening college applications. My first post of the new year will have to do with redistricting, which is coming up in 4 years. 4 years seems like a long time, but for the Democrats, their No.1 priority should be getting citizen initiatives on nonpartisan redistricting as soon as possible to […]