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It's Not Just One Poll, It's a Trend for Mitt Romney **Update – Romney Leads in FL. & VA.**

Liberals in America are in full on freak out mode after President Obama’s dismal performance last week in the first presidential debate.  Now, I’ll be the first to admit that one debate, especially the first debate, does not make an election.  However, Mitt Romney has successfully changed the narrative after one debate and not just […]

Discussing the Presidential Debate Formats on WIBC

Yesterday afternoon my colleague Jennifer Wagner and I appeared on WIBC (yes, again) this time discussing the different formats of the presidential debates and if there is a certain format that benefits either President Obama or Governor Romney.  We even have a bit of fun with Ed Wenck of Indy’s Afternoon News when he asked […]

ICYMI: Recapping Primary Night Coverage of the #INSEN Race

It was a busy night this past primary.  I was pulling double duty first doing a special “Snark Factor” with Fingers Malloy and FTRradio.com, then heading over to the Fox59 studios to recap what had just taken place, which was a stunning victory by Richard Mourdock against incumbent Senator  Dick Lugar. Lugar’s loss marked the […]

ICYMI – Debating Key Races in Indiana's Upcoming Primary

On this week’s “Face Off” on Fox59, I debate the possible results for Indiana’s upcoming primary with Jennifer Wagner.  We agree on the possible U.S. Senate outcome, but we discuss other primaries going on around the state.

Debating Super Tuesday Results

This past week was Super Tuesday except it wasn’t so super.  Mitt Romney picked up a key, but slim victory in Ohio, but that was tempered by the fact that Rick Santorum failed to get on the ballot in three congressional districts.  Does Santorum win Ohio if he’s on all the ballots?  Newt Gingrich won […]

In Case You Missed It – Debating Romney/Santorum and the Indiana Statewide Smoking Ban

On the latest Fox 59 “Face Off” my Democratic colleague, Jennifer Wagner, and I debated the lingering GOP Presidential primary and what that might mean for Indiana’s May 8th primary.  We also touch on the statewide smoking ban legislation and its chances of passing.

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