The "BIPAC Daily" Political Analysis Newsletter

The following political analysis is from Business-Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC) Political Analyst Jim Ellis. BIPAC is an independent, bipartisan organization. It is provided solely as a membership benefit to the organization's 300-plus member companies and trade associations. The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily represent those of any particular member or the organization generally.

Recent Posts

The Committed Choices   8/20/2019
"The Committed Choices" - by Jim Ellis  August 20, 2019   The Pew Research Center conducted a national poll, of which many Democratic presidential primary questions were asked, but one was particularly interesting.   The survey was taken from a univers... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/20/2019 8:26:54 AM

Kennedy Considering   8/19/2019
"Kennedy Considering" - by Jim Ellis  August 19, 2019   Consistent reports throughout this year suggesting that Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey (D) is going to face a serious 2020 Democratic primary may well come to fruition. As has been the case for several weeks, Mr... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/19/2019 8:20:43 AM

Warren Ahead in Iowa and Wisconsin   8/16/2019
"Warren Ahead in Iowa and Wisconsin" - by Jim Ellis  August 16, 2019   The Change Research organization, which has previously conducted simultaneous multi-state polling within the same sampling period just repeated their process. This time, the firm surveyed likely... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/16/2019 9:17:06 AM

September Debates: In and Out   8/15/2019
"September Debate:  In and Out" - by Jim Ellis  August 15, 2019   It appears the Democratic National Committee's move to increase the presidential debate qualifications in order to decrease the number of participants is working.   With the fir... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/15/2019 9:36:49 AM

Senate: The Latest   8/14/2019
"Senate:  The Latest" - by Jim Ellis  August 14, 2019   New developments are occurring in 2020 Senate races across the country and several are apparently unofficially set for the general election. Below is a recap:   Alabama:  Two polls have... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/14/2019 9:30:59 AM

Polling Series: New Pattern   8/13/2019
"Polling Series:  New Pattern" - by Jim Ellis  August 13, 2019   The HarrisX polling firm just completed conducting three rolling national Democratic presidential primary polls, and while they confirm other data finding former Vice President Joe Biden leading... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/13/2019 9:43:37 AM

9th Circuit Could Force Arizona's Hand   8/12/2019
"9th Circuit Could Force Arizona's Hand" - by Jim Ellis  August 12, 2019   Soon after Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally was appointed to the Senate, a group of Arizona voters: two Democrats, a Republican, a Libertarian, and an Independent, challenged the... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/12/2019 9:03:09 AM

August Delegate Recap   8/9/2019
"August Delegate Recap" - by Jim Ellis  August 9, 2019   Several polls in key states have been released in early August, so it is a good time to again review the Democratic presidential delegate count estimate based upon the available data.   We see ne... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/9/2019 8:35:50 AM

The Open Seat Review   8/8/2019
"The Open Seat Review" - by Jim Ellis  August 8, 2019   With so many seats coming open during the past ten days, it's time to review exactly which districts will be incumbent-less for the coming election, and how many are truly competitive.   Rep.... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/8/2019 9:42:47 AM

MS Gov: Primary Results   8/7/2019
"MS-Gov:  Primary Results" - by Jim Ellis  August 7, 2019   Voters in the Magnolia State of Mississippi went to the polls yesterday to choose open race nominees for the first time in eight years. Incumbent Gov. Phil Bryant (R) is term-limited and ineligible to... (read more)
Last Updated: 8/7/2019 9:13:03 AM

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Employee Voter Registration Week 2017

September 25-29, 2017

Employee Voter Registration Week is an effort to make a dent in the number of unregistered citizens across the country. During this week, companies and associations will join together in an effort to encourage voter registration among private sector employees. The initiative will not tell employees how to vote or who to vote for, but instead aims to serve as a resource to help employers educate their employees about the issues that are important to their industries and provide key deadlines, voter registration, and polling location information.

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