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The Land of Enchantment, as the state of New Mexico is known, does not attract a great deal of attention in a national presidential campaign, but 2024 may prove different.
While Vice President Kamala Harris is well positioned to replace President Biden as the 2024 Democratic presidential nominee, her task of winning the general election is anything but easy. New polls in the key swing states start her in an underdog position in virtually every key place that will determine the final outcome.
As a trusted national strategist with a lifelong immersion in politics and public policy, HBS CEO Andy Blunt is beginning a limited series reports today on the 2024 presidential and congressional election.
As we know, President Biden withdrew from the presidential race yesterday and now the Democrats are faced with the task of choosing a new nominee.
Even before the Trump assassination attempt and the Republican National Convention commenced, polling was beginning to suggest that some unusual states were venturing into the competitive realm.
Sen. Bob Menendez (D/I-NJ) was found guilty of bribery and corruption on all counts yesterday, and key Democratic leaders, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Menendez’s home state Governor, Phil Murphy (D), are calling for him to resign.
A new polling series highlights an even more stark contrast between the presidential race and key US Senate campaigns that political analysts are following.
The near-miss assassination attempt of Donald Trump at the Butler County, PA rally on Saturday has created political reverberations.
HBS announced today that Joan Andrew Green Turner has joined its Colorado advocacy team based in Denver as a Principal. Joan is a skilled government relations advocate with over thirty years of experience in state public policy and politics.
HBS announced today that Katie Whisman has joined its Kansas Government Affairs team as a Principal in its Topeka office. Katie’s broad experience in the state includes a decorated career in leadership positions with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) as well as success as a sole practitioner of a specialized lobbying practice in Topeka.