Is the NC Democratic Party Better Off than Four Years Ago? That’s why Obama can’t carry the state in 2012.

by johndavis, September 5, 2012

Is the NC Democratic Party Better Off than Four Years Ago? That’s why Obama can’t carry the state in 2012. The North Carolina Democratic Party, the storied, national-model political war machine of 2008, is too deficient structurally to win 2012 battles.  Tuesday, September 4, 2012       Vol. V, No. 27      5:13 pm First Generation of Leaders
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UPDATE: North Carolina Governor’s Race is McCrory’s to Lose; Democrats are Not Structurally Capable of Rescuing Dalton

by johndavis, July 16, 2012

 UPDATE:  North Carolina Governor’s Race is McCrory’s to Lose; Democrats are Not Structurally Capable of Rescuing Dalton Sen. Basnight reported $1,086,815 cash in July 2008; Sen. Nesbitt reported $45,000 cash in July 2012. No power, no money.  John Davis Political Report, July 16, 2012  UPDATE Post: Monday, July 16, 2012       Vol. V, No. 23      3:13
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North Carolina Governor’s Race is McCrory’s to Lose; Democrats are Not Structurally Capable of Rescuing Dalton

by johndavis, July 11, 2012

North Carolina Governor’s Race is McCrory’s to Lose; Democrats are Not Structurally Capable of Rescuing Dalton Pat McCrory, GOP nominee for governor, has $4.4 million cash.  Walter Dalton, Democratic nominee, has $714,000 cash.  Game over. John Davis Political Report, July 11, 2012 Post: Wednesday, July 11, 2012       Vol. V, No. 22      7:13 pm Ladies and
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UPDATE: NC Political History in the Making: A Republican Governor, Republican Senate, Republican House of Representatives

by johndavis, May 21, 2012

UPDATE: NC Political History in the Making: A Republican Governor, Republican Senate, Republican House of Representatives Update: Gov. Perdue’s approval rating worst in America Update: National Journal sees NC as #1 state for GOP governor pickup Update: CNN on Obama’s North Carolina Math Problem Post: Monday, May 21, 2012       Vol. V, No. 17      2:13
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NC Political History in the Making: A Republican Governor, Republican Senate, Republican House of Representatives

by johndavis, May 14, 2012

NC Political History in the Making: A Republican Governor, Republican Senate, Republican House of Representatives Forecast: North Carolina will soon be taken off most “Swing States” lists and relabeled “Leaning Romney.” Obama will redirect NC resources to greener pastures. Post: Monday, May 14, 2012       Vol. V, No. 16      3:13 pm Democratic Leadership Collapse; Republican
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When Trustworthiness is an Unreasonable Expectation for Leaders, the Skill Set for the Most Important Problems becomes the Standard

by johndavis, May 1, 2012

When Trustworthiness is an Unreasonable Expectation for Leaders, the Skill Set for the Most Important Problems becomes the Standard “Those are my views, and if you don’t like them, well then, I’ll change them.” Allegedly by Mitt Romney, Presumptive GOP Presidential Nominee Post: Tuesday, May 1, 2012       Vol. V, No. 15      3:13 pm I
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North Carolina is Romney’s to Lose; Obama Abandoned by his Army of Enthusiastic Young Volunteers Discouraged by Unemployment

by johndavis, April 19, 2012

North Carolina is Romney’s to Lose; Obama Abandoned by his Army of Enthusiastic Young Volunteers Discouraged by Unemployment “The central question is likely to be whether Obama can turn out as many young people in this college-heavy state as he did in 2008. With massive 18-29 turnout, North Carolina looks doable for Obama. Without it,
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Super PACs a Super PROBLEM for NC Politicians: 1,000 high-dollar contributors wiped out by 1 Super PAC contributor

by johndavis, February 24, 2012

Super PACs a Super PROBLEM for NC Politicians: 1,000 high-dollar contributors wiped out by 1 Super PAC contributor The Hypocrisy of Congressman David Price’s Moral Outrage Post: Friday, February 24, 2012       Vol. V, No. 7      11:13 am Joe Democrat and Joe Republican Get $1 Million Imagine 1,000 high-dollar contributors writing a check for $1000 each
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Implications of Erskine Bowles’ Decision NOT to Run for Governor; NC Democrats Continue Steep Decline as GOP Ascends to Dominance

by johndavis, February 4, 2012

Implications of Erskine Bowles’ Decision NOT to Run for Governor; NC Democrats Continue Steep Decline as GOP Ascends to Dominance Post: February 2, 2012       Vol. V, No. 6    UPDATED  FEBRUARY 3, 2012 “So right now, McCrory retains the edge, even against the strongest Democrat.  But Bowles would have the potential to bring in
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UPDATE – Governor Perdue: from Dumb Luck to Lame Duck; Slim Odds of Winning a Second term as Governor of North Carolina

by johndavis, January 30, 2012

UPDATE – Governor Perdue: from Dumb Luck to Lame Duck; Slim Odds of Winning a Second term as Governor of North Carolina Post: July 28, 2011       Vol. IV, No. 18    UPDATED JANUARY 26, 2012 “What if I decide instead to spend my last two years doing what I think is right. Veto any bill I
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