While we’ll spend weeks pouring over who voted (and didn’t vote) on Tuesday, we’ve had several requests for a “simple, clear summary of what happened.”
‘Tis the day before the most expensive (and, possibly, most bitter) mid-term election in American history.
Addressing the Kansas City Chamber, Kansas City Power & Light and Hallmark Corporation on my measure of the midterms a week out.
I was honored to participate recently at the National Archives forum on wave elections hosted by the U.S.Association of Former Members of Congress.
We are approaching the home stretch. Contemplate these eye-raising headlines at dawn November 7 that will have you brewing another pot of coffee . . .
As we survey the election landscape three weeks out the House is getting bluer and the Senate redder.