In a recent column at Townhall, entitled, “Turnout Time,” Thomas Sowell urged American voters to go out and vote: Control of Congress has probably never mattered more than in this election, simply because of two out-of-control people, one of whom is going to become President of the United States. We need a Congress that can […]
A joint study conducted by Facebook and FP1 Digital found some really intriguing results regarding digital ads and voting:
Um, that’s not good if he was able to vote three times in U.S. elections: Last week, Arcan Cetin, an immigrant from Turkey, shot and killed five people at a mall in Washington state. Cetin is a green card holder and not a U.S. citizen, and therefore not able to legally vote–but somehow was able […]
What is the GOP and the conservative Right doing in response? A leading left-wing community organizing group is building a massive grassroots advocacy and voter turnout operation in battleground states that could decide November’s presidential and Senate elections, documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveal. The Center for Popular Democracy is working to raise […]
A larger-than-usual voter turnout is expected for the state of Maryland with the GOP nomination on the line, in addition to contentious Democratic Party primaries. For a congressional seat, Chris Matthews’ wife Kathleen is trying to fight off a significant challenge from wine store owner David Trone, who has spent $12 million on the race so far. […]
Looks like Clinton ally Terry McAuliffe is trying to guarantee Virginia’s vote for Hillary Clinton? Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat, will sign an order Friday restoring the voting rights of more than 200,000 felons in the state. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported that the unprecedented move will also allow felons living in Virginia to sit on […]
Washington Examiner did have a good point: Does this tip Hillary’s hand, that she’s concerned she won’t win swing states like Wisconsin?
Sorry Obama, but Americans don’t want mandatory voting after all. How much? 66% don’t want mandatory voting.
It’s a win for the state of Wisconsin and other Voter ID law states, after the U.S. Supreme Court did not take up a challenge to Wisconsin’s law.
11/2/2016 - Thomas Sowell Urges Americans to Go Out to Vote
10/20/2016 - Study: More Frequent Facebook Ads could Move Voters’ Opinions
10/3/2016 - Non-Citizen Mall Shooter Voted Three Times in Elections
5/10/2016 - Left-Wing Group is Investing $7 Million in Grassroots for November General Election
4/26/2016 - Maryland’s Primary Matters? GOP Candidates Continue Fight for Delegates
4/25/2016 - Felons Can Vote in Virginia’s Election, Thanks to Democratic Governor
6/6/2015 - Hillary Clinton and Democratic Super Lawyer Fight Voting Laws
4/1/2015 - Americans want Voting to be Easier, but Not Mandatory
3/24/2015 - Supreme Court turns away Challenge to Wisconsin Voter ID Laws