Election probably proves that people turned off by politics

  I love politics.

I don’t love the nastiness that often appears during the election cycle.

But the pure science or non-science of trying to predict races and then analyzing them is something I’ve always enjoyed.

But it’s two months past the primary and four months until the general election and I didn’t write the first analysis of what happened in May.

First, I think as journalist we have gotten into the practice of trying to be experts and to offer advise.


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