Find out if your vote can survive the great, flawed adventure of American democracy. Play the game, find out what it’s like to vote in this election depending on your race or … Continue reading ‘The Voter Suppression Trail’ Game
Two steps forward, one step back. On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit affirmed the legality of an Ohio law that eliminated the early voting week most favored … Continue reading Sixth Circuit lets Ohio cut early voting favored by minorities.
There are those who say superdelegates are a scam to protect the democratic party and fuck over Democracy. Then there are those who say it just is what it is and to … Continue reading Hillary Clinton Is Losing Oregon—But Winning Its Superdelegates
I’m curious what folks think about this. The idea that travel is becoming cheaper, that kids can go to school, that we have newspapers, etc. seems without depth. Yeah, sure, we have … Continue reading Senator Sanders and the Fixed Pie Fallacy
And it’s not just New York. This country’s voter turnout is atrocious, and I think this year we’re starting to see why people feel so apathetic about it. We see Arizona’s mess; … Continue reading After New York’s Disastrous Primary, It’s Time to Demand Better Voting Laws
“Donald Trump 2.0 made his official debut Tuesday night following his sweeping victory in New York, a win that looks to net him 90 delegates and reestablishes him as the man to … Continue reading The new Donald Trump should scare the hell out of the GOP establishment
“Donald Trump is a rookie candidate — a potential superstar of vast promise, but making rookie mistakes.” Of course Trump will pivot. C’mon. Look at the life he’s lived and compare it … Continue reading The Post endorses Donald Trump
A Wisconsin Republican congressman confirmed Democratic critics’ claims Tuesday when he pointed to the state’s new voter ID laws as a reason the Republican candidate will be competitive there in the general … Continue reading GOP congressman: Voter ID law will help Republicans
Sepúlveda says he was offered several political jobs in Spain, which he says he turned down because he was too busy. On the question of whether the U.S. presidential campaign is being … Continue reading How to Hack an Election
Predicted high voter turnout, yet polling stations go from 200 to 60. Party switch ‘glitches’ made. MSM calling the results while people stand in line, leave or get turned away after waiting. … Continue reading Bernie Sanders Inspires Big Protest Against Voter Suppression in Arizona
When caucus results are released by Joe from the dorm next door and not the MSM. Just going to leave that sitting there on the cerebral cortex for a bit. Source: USA … Continue reading Amid Hawaii delays, the Internet turned to a Google doc for caucus results
This week we talk about something that is so fundamental to democracy that without it you do not have a democracy, and that is the ability of a country’s citizens to vote. … Continue reading Voter Fraud or Something Else?