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Could Cantor's loss force Republicans to impeach Obama?
There are several points in history where an election, or even a single event, shocks the political machines of America so much that is leads to a paradigm shift of the status quo. After the first term for Presidient...
The difference one vote can make
A farm worker in Indiana by the name of Henry Shoemaker proved how important one vote can be.On Election Day 1842, Shoemaker almost forgot to vote. Earlier he had made a promise to a gentleman by the...
Voters of Jackson County solidly against GMO crops
Two thirds of Jackson County voters put an emphatic message to the world that GMO crops are not welcome here. The overwhelming vote was interesting in the face of more than $900,000 dollars raised by large chemical companies...
More about low information voters
The term "low information voter" is used to describe people who vote in American elections, but know little or nothing about the candidates who are running–with the exception of what they are told by the liberal...
Sobering statistics for the left
Recent poll results indicated what many Americans already know: President Obama and Senate Democrats are in trouble with regard to this year's mid-term elections and will likely lose control of the Senate. The most recent Allstate National...
Afghanistan elections: a great leap forward
On April 5, millions of Afghanistan citizens, both men and women, went to the polls to elect a new President, as well as provincial representatives. Although no election results have been announced, anecdotal reporting has indicated that voter turnout seems...
Illinois Early Voting: Starts in DuPage County
Early voting begins March 3, 2014 in Illinois. Early voting is allowed until Saturday, March 15. DuPage County has 11 early voting locations across the western suburb of Chicago and has been organized to have convenient hours for...
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