The DNC announced a huge investment in voting rights yesterday.
The Democratic Nominating Convention will definitely be different this year, and quite honestly, a lot more accessible for Americans all over the country to participate in. The presidential nomination conventions have two key parts: 1) they nominate and confirm their… Read More ›
It is stunning how one party is so much more responsible than the other. This summer, both the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee hold their presidential nominating conventions. They are the biggest and most important events the… Read More ›
We have a handful of presidential candidates who were awarded delegates before they left the race. So what happens to those delegates? As of the writing of this post, here’s how many delegates everyone has: Well, if you have… Read More ›
This past weekend, I noticed an article that listed the top 3 cities the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was considering for the 2020 Presidential Nominating Convention. Curious, I did a quick poll on Twitter to see what people thought. This… Read More ›
There are a lot of headlines out there about political fundraising, and none of them really give a clear picture of what’s going on. Fundraising is critically important to campaigns–maybe someday it won’t be, but for now it is–so let’s… Read More ›