If you listen carefully, the Donald will tell you exactly what he’d do on stepping into the Oval Office.
A conservative group has issued grades to the candidates based, it says, on who is “the most effective and principled leader,” and it will use social media to try to influence the views of more than 100,000 likely caucusgoers.
A conservative PAC and arm of the Leadership Project for America has released an “issue matrix” to help undecided voters focus on choosing a leader who is able to govern.
The debate stage Thursday in South Carolina will feature the leading contenders for the Republican presidential nomination. But they still haven’t answered key questions. Here are some of them.
The Leadership Project for America PAC recently launched The Leadership Matrix, which ranks candidates on a series of characteristics and traits that make for a good chief executive. A team of eight ideologically diverse political scholars has developed a system that considers a candidates’ commitment to limited constitutional government, character and effectiveness.
Are voters looking for honest and trustworthy candidates, those who stand on principles, or is having the right experience the ticket to success in 2016? The answer largely depends upon the partisanship of voters, but there are important differences in the Republican and Democratic presidential races.
The Leadership Project for America PAC has a new candidate matrix up. The matrix purports to compare and grade all the candidates for President, Democrat and Republican, on their positions and policies. The group is Republican leaning so, as you can imagine, the Democrats do not fair very well.
No constitutional standards exist for factors such as experience and capacity to lead.
It’s easy to miss, given the flurry of public opinion polls, but there are a number of qualities that the electorate consistently cite as important factors when considering their choice for president.
As voters prepare to cast the first votes in the 2016 presidential campaign cycle, a new report card from the Leadership Project for America grades the candidates.
Billionaire T. Boone Pickens is weighing in on the presidential race in a profound way, calling for a “bipartisan screening committee that vets presidential candidates like we do anyone else applying for a job and recommends the best candidates possible.” Mr. Pickens has never flirted with running for president himself, but he has been known to influence the outcome in previous elections.
Live Power Play: PAC gives scorecards. Dec. 14, 2015 – 5:19 – Paul Mero, head of the Leadership Project for America PAC, explains why his group’s method of ranking.