In his book he constantly had to second judge others who knew little about the Middle East and even less about how to take care of the men and women sent in harms way….Share on Facebook
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Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest 8 /28/14…Mary Burke keeps her lead on Scott Walker, but it’s tight
WI-Gov: The respected Marquette University Law School poll is out with a new survey, and they find things as close as ever. Among registered voters, Republican Gov. Scott Walker has a small 48-44 lead over Democratic foe Mary Burke. However, among likely voters, it’s Burke who’s up, by 49-47…..Share on Facebook
Across the board, Democratic candidates in the nine states above are doing better in the polls-only estimate than the mainstream media models would predict. This is particularly true for Alaska, Arkansas, and North Carolina. In these three states, Democrats are outperforming the expectations of the data pundits (The Upshot’s Leo, Nate Silver, Harry Enten, John Sides, etc.). Why is that, and will it last?Share on Facebook
IA-Sen, Gov: Several recent polls have shown a close race in the U.S. Senate contest in the Hawkeye State, and Public Policy Polling adds another one. The firms finds Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley leads Republican state Sen. Joni Ernst 42-41 in their contest to succeed retiring Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin, with third-party candidates taking a combined 5 percent. Back in May, before Ernst won the Republican nomination, Braley led 45-39. The undecideds lean Democratic, voting for Obama by 13 points and self-identifying as Democrats by an 11-point margin.Share on Facebook
Clinton: What can doom former SoS and co-President Hillary Clinton in her bid to return the Clintons to the White House? Being the third term of Obama. The Clintons have a very difficult needle to thread here. Obviously they want Obama’s base to show up, but they need the middle and many people who have not supported him from day one.Share on Facebook