Posts tagged with election
11 November 2012 - Post-Election Reflection: 10 Ideas for Conservative Renewal
I think right now, the GOP has ample opportunity to fine-tune its operations and re-think some pernicious policy preferences that don’t really belong to conservatism.
4 November 2012 - Assorted Reflections and Updates
A dozen updates and observations from the perspective of early November, 2012.Assorted Reflections and Updates
29 January 2012 - You Go To The Polls With the Candidates You Have
“Tis the silly season of national politics. Everyone’s jockeying for influence, and the knives of partisanship slice with ruthless abandon.
11 December 2011 - Quick Thoughts re: Last Night’s GOP Candidate Debate
The long series of debates had a real impact on the nomination process. Painful as it sometimes was, the system did its job of helping Republican voters better understand who their nominees really are
7 November 2010 - Election Review: We Remembered November, Now What?
Tuesday’s election results highlight opportunities for Republicans nationally, in Michigan, and in Kent County.
8 August 2010 - Michigan Politics: Post-Primary Edition
The results of Michigan’s August primary are in, and the situation is … interesting. Governor The results from the AP: Republican primary 5,715 of 5,732 precincts – 99 percent Rick Snyder 379,245 – 36 percent ¶ Pete Hoekstra 278,584 – 27 percent ¶ Mike Cox 238,858 – 23 percent ¶ Mike Bouchard 126,807 – 12 [...]
30 June 2010 - Vote Hoekstra, Vote Early, Vote Often
As the political campaign season heats up, Michigan prepares for its primary election. The major race to watch, state-wide, is for the governorship, which is due this cycle. Democrat Jennifer Granholm is term-limited out, and Lt. Gov. John Cherry declined to run. Front-runners are emerging in both parties; Lansing mayor Virg Bernero and Speaker of [...]