Evan Bayh has now been a serious vice presidential contender for three consecutive elections. In 2000, he was one of Al Gore’s four finalists (Joe Lieberman, John Kerry and John Edwards were the others), in 2004 he was given a serious look by Kerry’s campaign, and this year he Read More
Had Hillary Clinton become the Democratic nominee, she almost certainly would have been favored heavily over John McCain to win Florida—something that the party’s past two nominees famously failed to do and which only three Democrats since Harry Truman have managed. Barack Obama, on the other hand, enters the general-election campaign as the clear, if Read More
Bob Graham doubts Michael Bloomberg can win a presidential election.
“There was another New Yorker, whose name was Theordore Roosevelt. He ran for president in 1912 as one of the most popular Americans in our nation’s history, and he couldn’t get elected as a third-party candidate," said the former Senator after today’s bipartisan conference at Read More
So perhaps you have been wondering, as we have, about this mysterious AK&H Group, which turns up repeatedly in Gifford Miller‘s recent filing with the Campaign Finance Board, receiving a total of $21,000 in payments for “research,” and a sweet one-time $29,000 payment for “research books.”
First, a translation for the uninitiated: Research, Read More
Senator Bob Graham came to New York on May 19, hoping to capitalize on a wave of media attention to build support for his quiet campaign for President. The sudden interest has been a result of Mr. Graham’s remarkably blunt criticisms of the Bush administration’s war on terror: He calls the war in Iraq a Read More