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The South Carolina Republican Primary

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 21, 2016 – Donald Trump wins the South Carolina Primary, and Jeb Bush suspends his campaign after coming in a distant fourth. Candidate Percent Votes Donald Trump 32.40%        239,626 Marco Rubio 22.40%          165,805 Ted Cruz… Continue Reading →

The Nevada Democrat Caucus Results

The Nevada Democrat Caucus Results LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 21, 2016 – Hillary Clinton wins the Nevada Caucus for the Democrat party. Her victory was 52.6% to 47.4% for Berny Sanders. Picture link to Fox News (http://www.foxnews.com/politics/elections/2016/primary-caucus-results/nevada) Please follow and like… Continue Reading →

The Selection of A President: Look for Their Ability to Handle Crisis

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 21, 2016 – This is the fourth and final part in a four-part series that revisits an article I wrote in 2008, the first week of this blog. I put down my thoughts on how I was… Continue Reading →

The Selection of a President: Look for the Nature of their Fiscal Policy

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 13, 2016 – This is the third in a four-part series that revisits an article I wrote in 2008, the first week of this blog. I put down my thoughts on how I was going to select… Continue Reading →

The Selection of a President: Look for Their Social View of Government

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 12, 2016 – This is the second in a four-part series that revisits an article I wrote in 2008, the first week of this blog. I put down my thoughts on how I was going to select… Continue Reading →

The Selection of a President: Look for Their Fundamental Belief in Government

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 11, 2016 – In 2008, the first week of this blog, I put down my thoughts on how I was going to select the candidate I wanted to be President of the United States (click here). Eight… Continue Reading →

New Hampshire Primary – Arianna all up in a Huff

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 10, 2016 – The Huffington Post heralded the victor of the New Hampshire Primary with the headline “WAY TO GO, N.H.! RACIST, SEXIST DEMAGOGUE WINS FIRST PRIMARY” so let’s see who won. Turnout: 550,000 ballots were cast… Continue Reading →

Primary Election Calendar for 2016

This is a list of all the primaries for the 2016 Presidential Election effort. Date State Delegates (D) Delegates (R) Open/Closed Monday, February 1 Iowa caucus (results) 52 30 Closed Tuesday, February 9 New Hampshire (results) 32 23 Mixed Saturday,… Continue Reading →

Missouri Secretary of State Race Straw Poll

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 7, 2016 – This year’s primaries will include the office of the Secretary of State. Two republicans are running in the primary. Jay Ashcroft, a recognizable name throughout the state, and Will Krause someone who has served… Continue Reading →

Iowa, Iowa, what took so long

Lees Summit, February 1, 2016 – It has been over a year since the last post. In that time we saw a great deal of political turmoil. May would-be leaders faded out in nova style. My own favorite, Wisconsin Governor… Continue Reading →

The Lee’s Summit Conservative Site

LEE’S SUMMIT, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 – Our site, on November 19th was hacked by unscrupulous time wasting happy hacker that enjoyed disrupting the visitor (all 37 of you) who occasionally come by to see I’ve not had anything worth saying…. Continue Reading →

Election Night Results for November 4, 2014

Lee’s Summit, November 4, 2014 – These are the results of the races in Missouri, for the most up to date results go to the Secretary of State website by clicking here Office/Candidate Name Party Votes % of Votes State… Continue Reading →

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