Looks like Senator Obama has just eeked by Senator Clinton to take the lead in the ongoing popular vote tally. Here are updates that include yesterday’s Maryland, Virginia, and DC (statehood now!) primaries. A new feature debuting in today’s update–in the “both party” summary tally, I’ve added a row showing each candidate’s total as a […]Read More..
One of the important take-home messages in Peter Barnes’ Climate Solutions is that the political action needed for addressing global warming has to be done right, and it has to be done right the first time. That’s not only because time is running has pretty much run out, it’s that the needed policies will be […]Read More..
There were a few more primaries and caucuses this past weekend, so here are updated popular vote tallies. (First version) Democratic primary popular vote totals (as of Feb 11) Republican primary popular vote totals (as of Feb 11) Both party leading candidates primary popular vote totals (as of Feb 11) My previous “quick notables” still […]Read More..
I’ve been frustrated by the fact that I can’t easily find popular vote totals for the various primaries and caucuses this election season that are assembled for overall viewing and analysis. So I wasted some otherwise valuable work time and punched numbers one by one into Excel to produce these. (Margo, please forgive me.) My […]Read More..