If you are a supporter of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney or a supporter of former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, this is something to keep an eye on. American voters are substantially less comfortable with the idea of a Mormon … Continued
Monthly Archives: June 2011
Can Jon Huntsman win the 2012 GOP presidential nomination? The New York Times‘ Nate Silver thinks Huntsman has an uphill battle given that many base Republicans see the former Utah governor as being “unacceptable.” The Unacceptability Index reflects an average … Continued
CivicForumPAC’s Ford O’Connell joined CNN’s Jim Acosta to discuss the two sides of Sarah Palin. Video package begins after the commercial.
CivicForumPAC’s Ford O’Connell and former Bill Clinton pollster Doug Schoen appeared on Fox News’ America’s News HQ (6/5/11) to discuss Congress’ impending vote (Aug. 2 deadline) on the nation’s debt ceiling given Moody’s recent credit warning.
Re-Posted From The Daily Caller Mitt Romney has decided to lose his necktie this time around. Unfortunately, shedding clothing hasn’t proven itself to be a winner for politicians lately. Romney will need to strip away more than just his formal … Continued
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum has a strong appeal among social conservatives, and this should translate to a good showing at the Iowa caucuses. Unfortunately for Santorum, the state of the U.S. economy, rather than social issues from which he … Continued
Election Day 2012 maybe more than 500 days away, but the Obama reelection campaign is looking to fortify its position in the battleground states of: Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina and Virginia. Republican state parties in these states would be … Continued
We have said it over and over, the GOP’s chances of unseating President Obama hinge on the eventual Republican presidential nominee’s ability to appeal to the Florida electorate – particularly independents, Hispanics and seniors. “Florida is by far and away … Continued
Re-Posted From The Daily Caller As the Palin family’s “One Nation” bus tour rumbles up the East Coast, we can’t help but chuckle at the media’s deep-seated fetish with all things Sarah. Will she run or won’t she run? Based on … Continued
In a relatively open GOP field, Mitt Romney is the frontrunner from an organizational and fundraising standpoint. To win over Republican primary voters, Romney will need to consistently demonstrate himself to be a fiscal conservative, tap dance around Romneycare, while … Continued