Tag Archives: 2010 elections
Sharing the first of an important series from my good friend Shelli Dawdy from Grassroots in Nebraska http://grassrootsne.com (visit this wonderful site for great information all the time!) /sc
Still living under the illusion that if we just get a Republican majority in Congress America will be “made safe for Democracy”? If you are still buying into the myth that a Republican majority in Congress is “the answer to our problems”, then in fact, you are not only not in Kansas, … Continue reading
Most people are currently focused on the November elections; particularly those who are hoping to reverse the direction of government. Focusing on winning a Republican majority in Congress is not likely to provide the answers people are looking for. Continue reading
I’m in Nebraska.
Why do I care what happens in the Oklahoma primary election on July 27?
While I do have a number of friends and contacts there, that is not what drives my concern. I have come to believe that Oklahoma is at the tip of a spear that for so many reasons, is pointing […] Continue reading
ONLY 3 DAYS UNTIL THE AUGUST 3RD PRIMARY!
MORE M.A.P.S. Candidate Questionnaires have been received and scored and an UPDATED LISTING OF RESULTS to date is below.
The M.A.P.S.Candidate Questionnaire is NOT AN ENDORSEMENT OF ANY CANDIDATE
As a reminder, the purpose of the M.A.P.S. Candidate Questionnaire is to:
1. Provide […] Continue reading
Am I surprised? No. Disappointed? Of course.
Despite national polling numbers that indicate an anti-incumbent sentiment, history tells us that sentiment doesn’t often extend to one’s own incumbents. And that appears true this round in Nebraska.
An examination of the election results from the Nebraska Secretary of State’s website shows that almost without fail, incumbents won in […] Continue reading
Nebraska’s primary election is May 11.
If we wish government policy and debate to be based on Constitutional principles, we need to focus some of our time and resources on affecting who is getting elected.
Noting that time and resources are at a premium for all of us (as an all-volunteer group) we recognize we must focus […] Continue reading