Money covers a multitude of sins. Without money, it's hard to get any name recognition. That said, a truly awful candidate can go down in flames despite vastly outspending the opponent. There are limits to what money can do.
Money is good to make a good campaign. Also, the candidate needs to be intelligent, caring, and willing to give all his time to represent his party and State's office. People have to like his issues and his personality. Some people wants perfection. It is not easy to make everyone happy.
by Joshua Zerbini 7 years ago
What is the driving force that keeps you going?What gets you up every morning?
by Ralph Deeds 8 years ago
This week in Michigan enough Tea Party delegates showed up at a Republican meeting to elect delegates to the party's nominating convention for the election in November to defeat the current Republican party chairman's bid to be elected a delegate. This strikes me as a cataclysmic event for the...
by Ralph Schwartz 2 years ago
Has this election season changed America forever? If you think so, then how?Charges of election rigging, infiltration by the "Russians," troves of e-mail leaks, inflammatory rhetoric from both parties, and outright fraud are all topics making headlines. Add in the real...
by tngolfplayer 8 years ago
Should the USA go to popular vote instead of the electoral college?
by Marcy Goodfleisch 22 months ago
Do we need a recount of the presidential election? What is driving that idea?What do you think it behind the push for a recount on the election?
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
But only as long as you get MY candidate elected.Sincerely,Party First, Country SecondMcCain: Russian election-related hacks threaten to 'destroy democracy'http://www.cnn.com/2016/12/18/politics/ … index.html
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