Update: To see what your ballot looks like (in any state) go to the updated article here. It’s that time of the year again.
Once again, the Missouri legislature is attempting to change election laws by restricting voting to people who can present approved, state-issued photo identification. And,
The 1952 and 1956 presidential elections between Republican Dwight Eisenhower and Democrat Adlai Stevenson might stand as the last time that the American people had a choice between two capable candidates with clear and reasonable philosophies of government.
Vote for “Junebug,” or cast your ballot for “Iceman.” They’re two of your choices on the Illinois ballot on November 2. But they’re
I haven’t seen the new documentary film Gerrymandering but I’ve been intrigued by various reviews. Filmmaker Jeff Reichert tells the story of gerrymandering, beginning
If negative advertising turns you off, but if you really would like people to know the facts that make a candidate look bad, Daily
Taking the recent Supreme Court ruling on campaign finance to its logical extreme, a corporation–Murray Hill, Inc.,–has filed as a Republican candidate for Congress