I forget the results in his first race, but Cohen won in his primaries in a landslide every time he sought re-election in TN-9.
Cohen won 30-25-12 in his first primary. AFTER that he really won convincingly (the closest being 66-32), but was primaried every
P.S. Well, i literally quoted North Florida columnist from Pensacola..
- Right, but he sailed through the primaries every time, winning landslide victories without breaking a sweat (against the 2006 runner-up, a former Memphis Mayor, and the President of the Memphis Urban League among others).
- That phrase is the sort of clever albeit highly over-simplified one-line that tends to make for a memorable line and decidedly flawed analysis. There are conservative areas in south Florida (ex: Lee County) and liberal areas of northern Florida (ex: Leon County). The fact is that the only area of Florida one could really argue is really more northern than southern is the gold coast.
- P.S.: Writing random words in all-caps or bolding them doesn't make your argument more persuasive. I understand what you're saying perfectly well; I just think it's an oversimplification that could lead to faulty political analysis.