Elections

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With just over fifty days before the 2022 midterm elections, politicians are making the traditional post-Labor Day push ahead of voting. President…

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As primary season is winding down – the midterms are just over two months away –…

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Earlier this week, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke before a Kentucky Chamber of Commerce group.…

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When Glenn Youngkin won the governorship of Virginia last November, Republicans across the country began predicting…

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Because of the new ranked voting system in Alaska, both incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski and her primary challenger…

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The race between Harriet Hageman, a native of Wyoming and an attorney, and Liz Cheney, daughter of former…

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Republicans have been predicting a major red wave in the November 2022 midterm elections, and two pivotal primaries…

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Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) caused a stir a few weeks ago when she said during a political debate…

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Liz Cheney, daughter of the former Vice President Dick Cheney and head of the January 6 investigative committee,…

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New York magazine is reporting that former President Donald Trump has already made his decision about running in…

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He was the first African-American president in history, which was unforeseen. But that wasn’t the only newsworthy thing about the election. The drama surrounding Obama’s inauguration was another newsworthy event.
Elections are and have always been a game decided by numbers. It is not by the candidate that looks more presentable or has more money in the bank.
The post office is open for business on Election Day. On Election Day, which is always on a Tuesday in November, the Postal Service will deliver mail and parcels. Post Office only closes on Federal Holidays and Sundays, and since the election date is neither of those, it’s operational. 
In the early nineteenth century, a party's presidential candidate was nominated by a congressional caucus.