I probably should be writing something about the candidate finance reports filed yesterday, but there really isn't much to say that hasn't already been covered by Heath Haussamen
and others. General rule of thumb is that up to the point of diminishing returns, which hasn't been hit yet, he or she with the most money in the bank wins. Comparing Democrat to Republican dollars at this point is premature, but among the primary races (both D and R) those bucks in the bank are going to make all the difference.
This might seem like an overly simplistic analysis, but it's true nonetheless. Staying with the theme of keeping it simple, enjoy this review of simpler times:
Labels: Campaign Contributions, Politics