Hagan gains against Tillis, Haugh falls back

Posted by Jordon Greene on July 22, 2014

On July 22, Public Policy Polling released a poll of the 2014 US Senate race in North Carolina. Incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan has held steady against Republican Thom Tillis since last month, leading him 42 percent to 39 percent with 19 percent unsure.

But when Libertarian candidate Sean Haugh is named as a choice, he gets 8 percent of the vote, with Hagan at 41 percent, Tillis at 34 percent, and 16 percent unsure. This gives Hagan a 2 point gain...

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"Challengers to Duopoly" by David Gillespie

Posted by Jordon Greene on January 13, 2013

In a world of norms and consistently traveled paths, the road less traveled is one often times looked at with scorn and profound reluctance. However, the author of Challengers to Duopoly, Dr. David Gillespie, defies this mindset from the onset of his work with two lines from Robert Frost′s poem ″The Road Not Taken″ where Frost so memorably states, ″Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled...

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