It can be frustrating when bad behavior doesn’t result in consequences. But this week, we had some great #accountability stories, so let’s jump into that good news:
Political Charge’s annual look back at the positive political stories of 2020.
There’s a lot more at stake in 2020 than just who sits in the White House. For example, there are several Secretary of State elections this November. Secretaries of State are important executive positions in state government, and typically oversee… Read More ›
Do you remember how great it felt to flip the House in 2018? Having the House under Democratic control has been the one check we’ve had on Trump. And if we fail to get Trump out of the White House… Read More ›
If it’s Tuesday, there’s probably an election happening somewhere in America. Do you share my goal of increasing awareness of elections and boosting turnout in 2020? If so, please vote if there is an election happening in your district. Then,… Read More ›
Once again, we have someone who is angling to be the 3rd party spoiler for this presidential election. Enter Justin Amash. Amash is a 5-term Tea Party Republican who became well known last year when he changed his party affiliation… Read More ›
With two-thirds of Americans supporting an expansion of voting by mail this election year, it’s great to see election boards move swiftly to accommodate the surging interest in voting safely from home. 34 states already allow their voters to vote… Read More ›
There’s a special election coming up soon for a House seat that the Democrats flipped in 2018 that the Republicans desperately want back. And they are dangerously close to getting their wish. Which seat? California’s 25th District, which is currently… Read More ›