Power Outsiders

Earlier this month, Malin filmed an A-Sides session at the Music Conservatory of Westchester in White Plains. There, he performed
I recently came across one of these numbers that really struck me: 21,000. This is the number of children who die per day
All of last week, I was in Sanford, Florida, pursuing justice for Trayvon Martin. I listened to community concerns about the Sanford Police Department, and stood with Trayvon's parents and 30,000 others in Sanford, a town with only 50,000 residents.
Eric Anderson (Former State Rep/Chair Bow Board of Selectmen), Gary Azarian (State Rep.-Windham), David Bates (State Rep
Ed Blommel (Candidate for Pasco Tax Collector), Guyann Bracken-Fay (Liberty School member), Kathy Brown (FishHawk Republican
Our surveys are not a scientific random sample of any larger population but rather an effort to listen to a swath of influential
Watch the video above to see our in-person interviews with GOP activists who have been regular participants in the Power
The most intriguing finding in this week's survey is that Romney dominates in all of the states when it comes to expectations
Our respondents were more likely to say their opinions have soured on Paul, with 38 percent saying their view has grown less
Whether they've shared it publicly or not, most of the local activists have a first choice, but no single candidate currently
South Carolina Why the apparent contradiction in the results? Statistically, the answer is clear: A very large number -- 40
Aubry Alexander (Charleston City Council - District 9), Thomas Alexander (State Senator), Dean Allen (Tea Party Activist
Eric Anderson (Former State Rep/Chair Bow Board of Selectmen), Gary Azarian (Rep-Windham), David Bates (Rep- Windham), Kathy
This week's results hint at a change in perceptions of Herman Cain. Last week, roughly one quarter of the Power Outsiders
WASHINGTON -- The race for the hearts and minds of local activists in the early Republican primary states remains up for
The weekly HuffPost-Patch GOP Power Outsiders poll reaches out to political activists, party officials and officeholders
Our previous survey found that these influential Republicans are impressed with Cain's story of success and his strong advocacy
Only one thing is certain: The party has not yet decided. This pattern of indecision matches the attitudes of rank-and-file
The HuffPost-Patch Power Outsiders Only one in 10 (11 percent) used obviously negative words, such as "unqualified" or "opportunist
New Hampshire Aubry Alexander (Charleston City Council - District 9), Thomas Alexander (State Senator), Dean Allen (Tea Party