My regular readers know how important flipping the states are. We can’t just flip the federal offices. So much that affects citizens are decisions made at the state level, so we all have to focus there. A great organization that… Read More ›
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If winning the White House is one of your goals for 2020, then winning the Electoral College is how you achieve the goal. As much as I’d prefer that we go by a national popular vote, the fact remains that… Read More ›
Every election is important, but some elections carry additional weight. 2020 will be one of those years. And I’m not even talking about the White House or the Senate today. No, the reason why 2020 is so important is because… Read More ›
Virginia has statewide elections this fall — yes, in November 2021. Here’s what’s at stake plus how we can help them protect their blue trifecta.
Want to help flip another Arizona Senate seat blue? Arizona has been trending towards Democrats, and one of the great wins of the 2018 midterms was when we learned that Jeff Flake’s (R-AZ) seat flipped blue. When John McCain (R-AZ)… Read More ›
Political Charge’s annual look back at the positive political stories of 2020.
Voting rights is one of the many things we need to protect on Election Day in Virginia on November 2, 2021.
Oh, the power of voting locally. Since the 2016 election, left-leaning voters in Virginia have been fired up, and have been winning state legislative (and executive) seats. They made huge gains in 2017 and then finally flipped both chambers of… Read More ›
It’s all hands on deck to help drive turnout and keep Virginia blue! Election Day is November 2!!
An “off-year” election isn’t any less important than any other election. I hope that the last few years has opened all of our eyes to how important every single seat is. Texas has an important election coming up on November… Read More ›
The fundraising numbers for January though March are out, and they tell an interesting story about what’s happening in politics.
This is the season when we’re all on the lookout for House Representatives announcing that they’re retiring and not seeking re-election. But everyone’s ears perked up a bit when we learned that Republican Rep. Sean Duffy from Wisconsin was resigning,… Read More ›