The governors running for president possess what voters are looking for -- yet all of them are struggling in the polls.
After the terrorist attacks in Paris, more than half of the nation's governors -- almost all Republicans -- refused to accept Syrian refugees. Whether they have the authority to do so is questionable.
Automatic and online voter registration have proven to increase voter rolls and save money, yet many states are still using paper.
The Kentucky governor's race is just the latest example of how election polls have become less accurate, more expensive and harder to gauge public opinion.