In case you missed the live stream last week, you can now catch some edited footage from the roundtable discussion at the Finnish Embassy on the future of video. Here Joe Trippi and other participants discuss how political video has changed with the Obama election as well as how the Republicans and Democrats are [...]
Joe Trippi was on CNN American Morning this morning discussing the potential implications of todays elections for the Democrats and Republicans. Check out the discussion below. Keep an eye out for video later this afternoon.
JOE TRIPPI, SENIOR ADVISER FOR SEN. JOHN EDWARDS 2008 PRESIDENTIAL RUN: I think it would be a big [...]
In yesterday’s Wall Street Journal Karl Rove presented a thoughtful opinion piece on how to read the results of elections to be held Tuesday in Virginia, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Regardless of Rove’s projected outcomes in these elections, he makes the mistake of seeing the results, as most of Washington will see [...]
A short history of how voter registration drives got to where they are today.
1. The GOP during the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s employed a number of methods to register voters to insure the people they were registering were indeed Republican.
One method was to go through a neighborhood and register everyone who wasn’t registered. Then they [...]
There is no question that John McCain’s pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has changed the dynamic of the 2008 Presidential campaign, moved the current wave of polling to the GOP’s favor, and altered the terrain the rest of the election will likely be fought on.
The Obama campaign’s ability to recognize the shifting [...]
The recent CBS and Rasmussen polls show the race between Barack Obama and John McCain to be tied. Gallup has McCain taking a slight 3 point lead.
At the moment, all indications point to a very close contest between the GOP and Democratic nominees – but I want to point out that 57 [...]
Running to catch a flight home. A quick note. I really expected John McCain to follow up on his pick of Sarah Palin with some bold reform initiative or other bold challenge to the nation — at least some challenge to Democrats and Obama. He did none of the above. Nothing [...]