Ladies and Gentlemen, the Next President of the United States … by Process of Elimination Part 3: Why Would Black Voters Turn Out for Hillary Clinton?

by johndavis, April 22, 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Next President of the United States … by Process of Elimination  Part 3: Why Would Black Voters Turn Out for Hillary Clinton? This is the third a series of reports on the race for U.S. President. The series will unfold by process of elimination, interlocked with trends analyses, and conclude with
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Democrats’ $32 Million Attack Backfires in North Carolina, Aiding Tillis’ Rise and Abetting Hagan’s Fall

by johndavis, October 29, 2014

Democrats’ $32 Million Attack Backfires in North Carolina, Aiding Tillis’ Rise and Abetting Hagan’s Fall     October 29, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 27         8:13 am  Tillis Tops List as Most Attacked U.S. Senate Candidate: Recent national news stories have reported that North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race between Democratic U.S. Senator Kay Hagan and Republican
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How Far Right can NC Republicans Push their Conservative Legislative Agenda without Creating a Political Blowback

by johndavis, June 21, 2011

[[audio:http://www.johndavisconsulting.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/How-Far-Right-Can-GOP-Push-NC.mp3|titles=How Far Right Can GOP Push NC]] “Originally, blowback was CIA internal coinage denoting the unintended, harmful consequences – to friendly populations and military forces – when a given weapon is carelessly used.” en.wikipedia.org     Search: blowback Post June 21, 2011       Vol. IV, No. 13 Blowback: Unintended, Harmful Consequences This report is an
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The $1 Billion Question: Can Obama Carry NC in 2012? The images in the campaign kickoff video disclose strategy

by johndavis, April 6, 2011

[audio:http://www.johndavisconsulting.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/April-6-1-Billion-Question.mp3|titles=April 6 Billion Question] “I don’t agree with Obama on everything, but I respect him and I trust him.” “Ed from North Carolina,” featured in President Obama’s re-election kickoff video, Monday, April 4, 2011 Obama’s 2012 Campaign Strategy Disclosed in Video Released Monday Shhhhhhhhhhh.  If you want to get the inside scoop on Obama’s 2012
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The Fall of the Basnight/Rand Empire and the Rise of a New Generation of United, Savvy Republican Leaders … Who can Raise Money

by johndavis, December 8, 2010

Post:  December 7, 2010       Volume III, No. 2 “I can’t control my caucus anymore.” NC Senate President Pro Tem Marc Basnight, Sited in John Davis Political Report, Volume II, No. 8, December 10, 2009 NOTE:  For those of you who are not subscribers, please subscribe today at $485 for the Premium Annual Subscription by clicking
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Investors Political Daily – Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010 – Republicans Win Historic Majorities in NC Senate and House

by johndavis, November 3, 2010

“The North Carolina Democratic Party has not lost both houses of the state General Assembly since 1898.  After reviewing all of the polls and news and trends of the day, especially the continued lack of confidence with how the majority party is leading the state and nation, the only thing that comes to mind is,
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Late Breaking Trends – Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010 – Republicans Win Historic Majorities in NC Senate and House

by johndavis, November 3, 2010

“The North Carolina Democratic Party has not lost both houses of the state General Assembly since 1898.  After reviewing all of the polls and news and trends of the day, especially the continued lack of confidence with how the majority party is leading the state and nation, the only thing that comes to mind is,
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Late Breaking Trends – Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010 – All of the Kings Horses and All of the Kings Men

by johndavis, November 2, 2010

Key Trends and their Impact on North Carolina’s 2010 General Election Races Advantage Democrats Advantage Republicans Click the Play Button Below for an Audio Summary [audio:http://www.johndavisconsulting.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Late-Breaking-Trends-Nov-2-2010.mp3|titles=Late Breaking Trends Nov 2 2010] “The North Carolina Democratic Party has not lost both houses of the state General Assembly since 1898.  After reviewing all of the polls and
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Late Breaking Trends – Monday, Nov. 1, 2010 – GOP Early Voting Net 11 Points Over 2008 Turnout

by johndavis, November 1, 2010

Key Trends and their Impact on North Carolina’s 2010 General Election Races Advantage Democrats Advantage Republicans “Many believe that the only way North Carolina Republicans can seize power in 2010 is to raise the political bar closer to that of Democrats.  Well, what if Democrats lower their political bar closer to the GOP?  Republicans win. 
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Investors Political Daily – Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010 (Oct. 29 UPDATE) Final NC House Forecast: GOP Majority Likely 64

by johndavis, October 29, 2010

Investment Opportunities for Free-Market Advocates Click the Play Button Below for an Audio Summary [audio:http://www.johndavisconsulting.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/Investors-Political-Daily-Oct-29-NC-HOUSE-UPDATE.mp3|titles=Investors Political Daily Oct 29 NC HOUSE UPDATE] “Democrats no longer have the financial advantage.  Game over.” John Davis Political Report, Oct. 28, 2010 NOTE:  See handicap for all 50 NC Senate races and 120 NC House races by clicking on the
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