Tony Fabrizio

Republican pollster, Fabrizio, McLaughlin, & Associates

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Leading Republican analyst; Partner in Fabrizio, McLaughlin, & Associates, a research, political and media consulting firm; former pollster and strategist for Robert Dole's 1996 presidential campaign

Tony Fabrizio on KCRW

You don't have to be a political junkie to know that  Hillary Clinton  and  John McCain  are the comeback kids of yesterday's  New Hampshire primaries —even though Mc Cain points out…

Comebacks in New Hampshire and the Road Ahead

You don't have to be a political junkie to know that Hillary Clinton and John McCain are the comeback kids of yesterday's New Hampshire primaries —even though Mc Cain points out…

from To the Point

On the Republican side of the  Presidential campaign , there is no clear front-runner.   Mitt Romney ,  Rudy Giuliani ,  Mike Huckabee ,  Fred Thompson  and  John McCain  all have a…

The GOP Primary Race

On the Republican side of the Presidential campaign , there is no clear front-runner.  Mitt Romney , Rudy Giuliani , Mike Huckabee , Fred Thompson and John McCain all have a…

from To the Point

You could be forgiven for thinking the presidential
election is just around the corner, instead of late next year. Debate season is
well underway.    Last night, New Hampshire
was…

Another Round of Presidential Debates

You could be forgiven for thinking the presidential election is just around the corner, instead of late next year. Debate season is well underway.   Last night, New Hampshire was…

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