At the same time, Clinton's argument that she is more electable
in the fall does not appear at this juncture to have support in national data; both she and Obama fare equally well when pitted in polling against McCain.
Speaking on GMTV's Sunday Programme, the strongly pro-European Mr Clarke advised: "One thing that will make a Conservative Party electable
The party was made electable
through the defeat of the Left, a defeat due to the power of the trades unions and the leadership of Neil Kinnock, who paved the way for Blair's assumption of power.
They suggest Hillary would be the Democrats' most formidable candidate precisely because she's the most electable
administration - Republican or Democratic - will shape its foreign policy by these protests.
It has shed those distinctive policies that made the old Reform Party at least exciting, if not electable
The former front-runner, Howard Dean, was labeled too secular to be electable
John XXIII would not have been electable
in 1958 due to age, but if the popes before him had been held to the 75-year age limit or the 10-year term limit, he might have been elected 15 years earlier.
It's hard to appear electable
when you get precious little ink or air time," you admitted in "Up for Grabs," before moving on to fawn over Howard Dean.
Here's Bush strategist Karl Rove, watching blue states grow bluer and concluding that only moderate Republicans are electable
It has many programmable functions such as square-root extraction for flow signals, electable
engineering units and isolated signal conversion.
His personality 44% He's not electable
32% Opponent attacks 24% Total Votes: 36,396 What's the main reason for John Edwards' campaign surge?
Why then are both candidates peddling the same radical left agenda when neither would be electable
among south-east England voters?
5) Jeremy Corbyn won't establish a National Investment Bank, nor anything else, because he is not electable
They are so pathetic and visionless that they make the likes of Nigel Farage and Nicola Sturgeon look electable