Toss Up House Elections 2018-Part 5-Podcast 757

What kind of a news environment are we in these days? A video of a TV reporter struggling against hurricane winds while people walk calmly behind him has gone viral. ‘Fake Wind’ is the latest example of how media covers ‘news’. Are they off base when it comes to politics? Find out in Toss Up House Elections 2018-Part 5-Podcast 757.

All The Toss Up Races All The Time

At the conclusion of this series I have reviewed specific data for Senate, Governors and House elections considered ‘toss ups’ in 2018. Especially relevant is the question of what actual polling data exists, facts about the district and candidates in each of these elections.

These podcasts include much of what I learned. Now you have the same information I have in Toss Up House Elections 2018-Part 5-Podcast 757.

Final Analysis Coming

I’ll do a final analysis in the next podcast. In addition there will be no predictions. No campaigning for a candidate. I think it is very difficult right now given the facts to make predictions about what will happen on November 6th 2018. That’s why they call them ‘close’ elections. You have to wait and see what the outcome will be.

Tons of Toss Ups All Over The Country

These toss up districts and statewide races are all over the country. There are older and younger people running. Men and Women. There are good democrat and republican candidates and a few libertarians and constitution party folks too. Moreover there are some truly funny characteristics to some of the candidates and situations in these districts.

No ‘Fake Wind’ Here

In conclusion it’s time we had political coverage that doesn’t ‘sell’ conclusions to keep people watching and listening. Coverage that doesn’t try to convince you to vote one way or another. No fake wind.

Finally, guess what every election depends on? Who votes. It’s that simple.

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Toss Up House Elections 2018-Part 5-Podcast 757

Podcast 161

Light Rail opens service between Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Iraq burns, and the controversy over Eric Cantor’s loss to Dave Brat in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District continues. The Bob Davis Podcasts gets you updated for the week ahead. Pew says America is so divided ‘Conservatives’ and ‘Liberals’ don’t even want to be neighbors. Do people understand the details of issues enough to actually understand the difference? Is there a difference? With Iraq unraveling what do you think the President should do? Air strikes? Is it really all Bush’s fault? Finally, Wall Street, K Street, the Crony Capitalists and those who do their bidding are shocked, and frightened at the implications of Eric Cantor’s loss in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District. Is this populism? Was the Tea Party really involved? Or have people just had it with business as usual in Washington? And, a bold new proposal for advertising from the Bob Davis Podcasts, at the end of this podcast. If you want more podcasts, use the donate button to sponsor one. Certain terms and restrictions apply. Listen to the podcast for more information. Sponsored by PlanVision

Podcast 160

An unexpected loss for Republican Eric Cantor, and a rapidly deteriorating situation in Iraq form the backdrop to this Friday’s updates on the top stories. Everyone at the US Capitol is talking about Eric Cantor’s loss in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District. The upset has republicans and democrats on edge. What does it mean for the 2014 election cycle. Since Friday, June 13th is the day for the 2nd District Reagan Day Dinner, what could President Obama learn from Reagan?  Could Obama lose the senate for democrats in 2014? Does the rapidly deteriorating situation in Iraq mean the President’s foreign policy is unraveling? Sponsored by Baklund R & D