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LibLink: Mark Pack’s five lessons from the US election

I’ve long suspected that the Voice’s Mark Pack doesn’t need to sleep and his clear thinking after a long electoral night kind of backs up my theory. As my neural pathways crumble from lack of sleep, he has already put together five lessons we should learn from both Obama’s win and Romney’s loss.

He talks about the important of the non white male vote. While Romney might have done well amongst white men, he lost many other important groups of voters, including women, who make up the majority.

Mark also made a good point about the many emails which came out of …

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  • User AvatarBill le Breton 3rd Jul - 8:48am
    This is wonderful news. Its implications need to be considered in conjunction with the light which Thevoz and Baston shed on the 2015 GE campaign...
  • User AvatarMBoy 3rd Jul - 8:33am
    Lib Dem fight-back!
  • User AvatarJayne Mansfield 3rd Jul - 8:20am
    Whatever the intentions of the author of the New Statesman article and those who briefed against her anonymously, Catherine Bearder comes out of this really...
  • User AvatarJohn Tilley 3rd Jul - 8:18am
    Tony Dawson 2nd Jul '15 - 8:46pm "...Not even in Hallam where the Lib Dems basically campaigned for “Clegg to stop Labour” thus losing virtually...
  • User Avatartheakes 3rd Jul - 8:17am
    What a result at Hampton Wick last night. Could this be in part to the Airport extension and the party's greenish stance?.
  • User Avatartheakes 3rd Jul - 8:15am
    Moving on as we have to, just coming round after seeing the victory at Hampton Wick last night. Congrats all round. Wonder if the Airport...
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