Alaska Primary Election Results – August 19, 2014

2014 ALASKA PRIMARY ELECTION August 19, 2014 Elections Results   Registered Voters 494900 – Cards Cast 156000 31.52% Num. Report Precinct 441 – Num. Reporting 435 98.64%   US SENATOR (ADL) ADL Total Number of Precincts 441 Precincts Reporting 435 98.6% Times Counted 58806/494900 11.9% Total Votes 57029 Begich, Mark DEM 47631 83.52% Bryk, William “Bill” DEM 1639 2.87% Fish, Mark S. LIB 1038 1.82% Kile, Zachary A. AI 1483 […]


Teaparty upset that Blacks Vote Republican in Mississippi

That’s the way the left is spinning it. But, the McDaniel campaign may be complaining about crossover voting for good reason. The Mississippi law Adams cites, MS Code 23-15-575, states: “No person shall be eligible to participate in any primary election unless he intends to support the nominations made in which he participates.” “Mississippi law prohibits Democrats from voting in a Republican primary,” Adams said in an emailed statement. “Obviously […]

Rep. Eric Cantor to Resign as House Majority Leader

House Majority Leader Eric I. Cantor (R-Va.) plans to step down from his leadership post by the end of July setting off a weeks-long scramble for the number two leadership post, according to three Republicans familiar with his plans. Cantor will formally announce his plans later Wednesday in a meeting with his House Republican colleagues in the basement of the U.S. Capitol. Read more about it here.

Pelosi says she heard Racist Republicans talk to Irish about immigration reform

“I’ve heard them say to the Irish, ‘If it was just you, it would be easy.’” – House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that “race” is one reason Republicans are avoiding an immigration overhaul. During her weekly press conference, the California Democrat implied there were ulterior reasons Republicans weren’t addressing immigration. “I think race has something to do with them not bringing up the immigration […]


Senator Angus King (I-ME) may Caucus with the GOP

I guess being an Independent in Congress means you can always be in the majority party by simply caucusing with whichever party happens to win the latest election. According to the Hill: Senator Angus King who caucuses with the Democrats, will decide after the midterm elections whether to switch sides and join the Republicans. He is leaving open the possibility of aligning himself with the GOP if control of the […]