Welcome to North Carolina, the Nation’s Most Perfectly Balanced Political Battlefield

by johndavis, February 26, 2014

Welcome to North Carolina, the Nation’s Most Perfectly Balanced Political Battlefield February 26, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 6          2:13 pm   Gallup Study based on 178,527 Interviews Here is a startling political finding: North Carolina is closer in partisan identity to Minnesota, Maine and Oregon than it is to Tennessee, South Carolina and Alabama. That
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Lessons from Last Two Presidential Second-Term, Midterm Elections are Keys for GOP Success in 2014

by johndavis, February 13, 2014

Lessons from Last Two Presidential Second-Term, Midterm Elections are Keys for GOP Success in 2014 February 13, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 5          10:13 am    If you win your base, but lose the middle, you lose the war This is the midterm election year of President Obama’s second term, which by all accounts should be
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North Carolina’s 2014 Political Preview

by johndavis, January 3, 2014

North Carolina’s 2014 Political Preview Happy New Year!   January 3, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 1          11:13 am  Hagan Race to Decide U.S Senate Majority and President Obama’s Legacy Imagine waking up the morning after General Election Day 2014 with a Republican Governor, a Republican majority state Senate and House, a Republican majority state Supreme
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Prepare for Attacks by Super PACs in 2014; Traditional NC Campaign Funding Marginalized

by johndavis, November 27, 2013

Prepare for Attacks by Super PACs in 2014; Traditional NC Campaign Funding Marginalized November 27, 2013        Vol. VI, No. 23          7:13 am In the 2013 governor’s race in Virginia, California billionaire Tom Steyer spent $8 million independently on attack ads against Republican nominee Ken Cuccinelli through his NextGen Climate Action Committee.  Steyer didn’t like Cuccinelli’s
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Rule #2: It’s All About Who Does the Asking; Get the Right Person to Ask the Right Person to do the Right Task

by johndavis, June 19, 2013

The state Democratic Party has lots of Warren Buffetts scattered around the state. You know them. They are the ones who are the most respected in the community. The ones who are the backbone of the civic groups and religious institutions. The ones who have something extra that draws people to them.

They are the ones we all RSVP “yes” to if they invite us to an event.

Rule #10: No Matter How Often You Read it, the Tortoise Wins and the Hare Loses. Slow and steady is the final key to longevity.

by johndavis, May 8, 2013

The fact is, the Democratic dynasty was already near collapse in 2010 and 2012. The Democratic structural and organizational underpinnings were rotted with corruption, infighting, neglect and diminishing political battlefield competence, making them a very vulnerable political enemy.

Rule #9: If it’s Tied, it’s Turnout. If it’s Turnout, it’s Technology. NC is tied politically and will be tied for the foreseeable future.

by johndavis, April 28, 2013

This report is the continuation of a series highlighting key rules for How the North Carolina Republican Party Can Maintain Political Power for 114 Years (like their predecessors the Democrats). The rules highlighted thus far are: Rule #1: Always remember that you are vulnerable Rule #2: Criminal indictments scare off contributors Rule #3: Keep your
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Rule #8: Obey the Golden Rule of Politics – “Those with the most gold rule.”

by johndavis, March 27, 2013

If President Obama can legally raise “unlimited amounts of money” for an organization that is a functioning arm of his presidency, North Carolina Republican leaders can do the same. And should.

Remember, it’s a means of keeping your political organization fine-tuned while operating as an IRS approved “social welfare” (wink, wink) organization.

There is a lesson here for North Carolina Republicans; a lesson taught well over the years by Democrats. That lesson is Rule #8: Obey the Golden Rule of Politics – Those with the most gold rule.

Rule #7: Welcome Young Voters with “Come as you are” Open Conservatism; not “Come as we are” Closed Conservatism.

by johndavis, March 23, 2013

By 2015, voters born from 1982 – 1995 will be a full third of the voting population. North Carolina Republicans can secure their political longevity and create a model for the rest of the nation if they follow Rule #7: Welcome young voters with “Come as you are” Open Conservatism.

Vive la Différence! Rule #6: Men Do Not Equal a Majority. How women defeated them in 31 of 40 NC statewide races since 2000; why women are the GOP’s best hope for political longevity.

by johndavis, February 14, 2013

Vive la Différence! Rule #6: Men Do Not Equal a Majority. How women defeated them in 31 of 40 NC statewide races since 2000; why women are the GOP’s best hope for political longevity.   “The next time a Republican man wants to say something about a gender-sensitive issue, like rape or contraception or reproductive
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