Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Six factors that decide elections

Jayson at Polipundit highlights the six factors that determine the winner in elections without an incumbent running: Money, money, money, turnout, turnout and turnout.

He also had an interesting post speculating on the importance of the Wisconsin governor's race here. He wrote:
For the very instant a Republican takes over the WI governor’s mansion is the very instant that twice-vetoed bill to require photo ID’s to cast ballots will become the law of that land.

And the very instant that corpses, family pets, union thugs, and liberal college students are not able to vote for Democrats there, multiple times, and in multiple precincts, is the very instant that Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes will shift to the GOP column in future presidential elections.


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