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MA-Sen: Republicans Celebrate Coakley’s Gaffes in Worcester

WORCESTER, Mass. - By the way, said Curt Schilling. One more thing. I am not a Yankees fan. The overflowing crowd at Worcester’s Mechanics Hall on
Jul 31, 2020

MA-Sen: Republicans Celebrate Coakley’s Gaffes in Worcester

MA-Sen: Republicans Celebrate Coakley’s Gaffes in Worcester

WORCESTER, Mass. - By the way, said Curt Schilling. One more thing. I am not a Yankees fan. The overflowing crowd at Worcester’s Mechanics Hall on
WORCESTER, Mass. - By the way, said Curt Schilling. One more thing. I am not a Yankees fan. The overflowing crowd at Worcester’s Mechanics Hall on
Jul 31, 2020

Democrats keep Iowa Senate, professors explain key lessons

Democrats keep Iowa Senate, professors explain key lessons

The victory of Democrat Liz Mathis in an Iowa Senate District 18 special election revealed a number of things in advance of the 2012 general election, political experts say: Democrats can win tight elections, political organizations are willing to spend heavily on legislative seats and name recognition is crucial in short races. Liz Mathis Mathis defeated Republican Cindy Golding on Tuesday, meaning Democrats will retain a 26-24 advantage in the Iowa Senate and be able to turn back controversial legislation from the Republican-dominated Iowa House. Timothy Hagle, a professor of political science at the University of Iowa, agreed Mathis’s background as a TV news anchor in the area was a key factor in her victory.
The victory of Democrat Liz Mathis in an Iowa Senate District 18 special election revealed a number of things in advance of the 2012 general election, political experts say: Democrats can win tight elections, political organizations are willing to spend heavily on legislative seats and name recognition is crucial in short races. Liz Mathis Mathis defeated Republican Cindy Golding on Tuesday, meaning Democrats will retain a 26-24 advantage in the Iowa Senate and be able to turn back controversial legislation from the Republican-dominated Iowa House. Timothy Hagle, a professor of political science at the University of Iowa, agreed Mathis’s background as a TV news anchor in the area was a key factor in her victory.
Jul 31, 2020
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