Tag Archives: New Jersey

Two Trends on Election Night

Last night’s election exhibited two trends: one positive for the country as a whole, and one more ominous for Democrats. Firstly, Americans rejected negative campaigning and extremism – whether it be in Virginia, New Jersey, NY-23, or Maine. Secondly, the … Continue reading

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Some Comments on Election Night

I’ve been looking at both governor’s races today, paying more attention to New Jersey. Virginia In Virginia Deeds lost by a greater margin than the polls predicted – not a surprise, given that when one candidate holds a double-digit lead, … Continue reading

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The Strange Case of New Jersey

The New Jersey governor’s election is less than two weeks away, and it deserves far more attention than I have been giving it. Nevertheless, I will now belatedly share some thoughts that have been stewing in my head. Here is … Continue reading

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