Alex Alexiev

March 23, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV Last Tuesday saw two more states (Arizona and Utah) casting votes in the presidential stakes and the results confirmed present trends but did not decide the winner of the republican race. The Republican Party – The GOP had a primary scheduled in...

March 16, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV The second Super Tuesday primaries that took place yesterday have decided the democratic race and clarified the republican one. The Democratic Party – Hillary Clinton’s decisive wins over Bernie Sanders in three states (Florida by 31 points, North...

March 8, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV With several more states casting their votes in primaries in Super Saturday last weekend the field has narrowed considerably in the republican race, while Clinton continues to dominate the democratic slate though not in a very persuasive manner. The...

March 2, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV The first big round of primaries, known  as Super Tuesday, are now behind us and as expected they have added some clarity to the chances of the competitors, especially on the democratic side. The Republican Party – As has been the case from the...

Feb. 22, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV The republican primary in South Carolina and the democratic caucuses in Nevada this past weekend have helped narrow the competition to the three top GOP candidates and established Hillary Clinton as the dominant candidate on the democratic side. The...

Feb. 16, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV The republican Feb. 13 debate in South Carolina was nearly completely overshadowed by the unexpected death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the acknowledged conservative intellectual heavy weight on the Supreme Court, of a heart attack just hours before...

Feb. 10, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV The results of the New Hampshire primary are in and they have a number of important indications for the presidential race although no decisive change can be said to have emerged from it. The first and most important of them is the clear rejection by...

Feb. 2, 2016

Note: The next election update will run following the Feb. 9 New Hampshire Primary. BY ALEX ALEXIEV And so the Iowa Caucuses are history and in many ways the presidential race 2016 in both parties is starting anew. The Republican Party – The Republican contest in Iowa...

Jan. 26, 2016

By ALEX ALEXIEV With one week left before the first results from the Iowa caucuses are due, the competition in both parties is heating up significantly. The Republican Party – On the GOP side the race was marked by the first organized effort by republican circles to...

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