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Comings and Goings 8/24/2011

POTUS PPP released their national head to head survey results today. They show Romney tied with Obama 45-45. Obama ahead of Perry 49-43, Bachman 50-42 and Palin 53-40. Senate FL-SEN: Today's drama in the Republican primary focuses on Adam Hasner landing the endorsement of former Speaker of the State House Allen Bense. At a time […]

ND-AL: Kalk Switches From Senate To House

North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk has decided to switch from the open Senate seat to the open house seat in North Dakota. Roll Call reports: "It is apparent that both Congressman Berg and I have very passionate, committed supporters in the Republican Party," Kalk said in a statement. "That passionate support, on both […]

ND-SEN: Berg To Declare, Dems Trying To Recruit Gulleson

Two interesting tidbits from the North Dakota senate race: First, after much speculation, Rep. Rick Berg will be running for senate according to Politico. Now that Republicans have landed their strongest possible recruit, they are overwhelming favorites to win this seat. The other interesting tidbit is that Democrats are looking to recruit former State Rep. […]

Rick Berg for Senate?

  As I predicted earlier, according to Politico, political operatives in North Dakota, and likely elsewhere, are pushing freshman Rep. Rick Berg to run for Senate. This isn't surprising, nor is it unprecedented.  Now  Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback ran for Senate in 1996 against and appointed Incumbent in the primary during his first-term in the […]

Kent Conrad Retires!

North Dakota Sen. Kent Conrad has announced he will be retiring at the end of his current term. This is somewhat surprising, since he'd actually started running political ads already. Then again, the fact that he was running them showed he knew his re-election would be extremely difficult, which probably prompted his decision. Conrad follows […]


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