Tag Archives: Baltimore Sun

Deconstructing The Sun Senate Poll

I’ve spent most of the day buried in Girl Scout cookies and data from the six Senate primary polls that have been taken since November. In chronological order, an October Washington Post poll (Edwards led Van Hollen, 38-28), a November Baltimore Sun poll (Van Hollen led Edwards, 45-31), a January Gonzales poll (Van Hollen led Edwards, 38-36), a February Goucher… Read more »

About That Sun Poll . . .

The new Baltimore Sun Senate poll has problems. Lots of them. So many that I have a sneaking suspicion somebody might have accidentally flipped some of the numbers between Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen. But I don’t have time to finish writing it up right now, so on this first bleary morning of daylight savings time I’m going to… Read more »

Those Ballot Boxes Aren’t Going To Stuff Themselves

For the next 10 days, excepting the various municipal elections being held tomorrow, there’s only one campaign that matters: vote for Maryland Scramble for Best Politics Blog in the Baltimore Sun poll. You can vote once per day, so get busy. I’ll be watching, rest assured. Seriously, I had no idea this was coming. I just saw it on Twitter. It’s… Read more »

Dan Rodricks To Debut Podcast Today

Baltimore Sun columnist Dan Rodricks, until recently the host of a radio show on WYPR, is debuting a podcast series today called “Roughly Speaking.” All systems are go for the launch of the Roughly Speaking podcast on Monday, with filmmaker John Waters and former Maryland gubernatorial candidate Heather Mizeur among my first guests. . . . On the inaugural it’s-about-time-we-had-a-podcast edition… Read more »