Tag: Jeanine Huskey

Special Analysis for the Voters

This photo was taken at one of my Election Night Parties.   It always feels good to be surrounded by family and friends.

This photo was taken at one of my Election Night Parties.
It always feels good to be surrounded by family and friends.

This is the first time in the past 20 years my name has not been on the ballot. If you ask my husband, he will tell you it feels pretty good. Like Kenny Rogers sang, “You’ve got to know when to hold ’em…know when to fold ’em…know when to walk away…know when to run….”

Just because I didn’t run doesn’t mean I was not deeply engaged in researching and analyzing the process of learning. Today I share with you some insights you might find helpful. Continue reading

Special Insider Scoop on Elections

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Learn from the experts!  Tonight we bring you an experienced panel of people who have studied elections for years and can help you process what just happened in many states during the primary process.

Is it true that “Nice Guys Finish Last”?  Tonight we offer some analysis of what happened in the last election and discuss how open primaries affect the outcomes in the states that have them.

Our panel includes two former Republican candidates, Ike Skelton and Tony Laszacs, along with Jeanine Huskey, founder of the the Eureka Tea Party.  We will ask them to explain what is happening to the conservatives and the Tea Party movement and share some glimpses of where we are heading next.