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The States Racing to Copy Georgia
Georgia isn’t the only state that has passed a restrictive voting law this year. Plus, learn which states are coming up on Georgia’s heels.
Election Results from June 2nd
We’ve got some good news from the elections last night, and have a few key races that now have their Democratic candidate set for the general. Here’s what we learned. U.S. Senate IDAHO: Paulette Jordan won the Democratic primary… Read More ›
Conflicting News about Primary Turnout
We only have the first two states under our belts, and they’re not terribly representative of the nation as a whole, but it’s what we have right now. So what do we know about turnout? Iowa Turnout was disappointing this… Read More ›
Building a Blue Wave for November 2020
Where is your enthusiasm level compared to what it was leading up to the midterms? I’m genuinely curious where you are, so I hope you’ll leave a comment. On social media, I’m seeing a mix of things. On one hand,… Read More ›
5 Ways to Help Theresa Greenfield Flip Joni Ernst’s Senate Seat in Iowa
Want to help kick Iowa Republican Joni Ernst out of the Senate this November? Ernst has voted with Trump 91% of the time, which is far more than one would expect from a Senator in a purplish state. Those votes… Read More ›
Only 1 Month to the Iowa Caucuses
At long last, the primaries for the 2020 Presidential Election have arrived. You heard that right. The first primary votes (well, technically caucus votes) will be cast one month from today, on February 3rd in Iowa. The caucuses will determine… Read More ›
Why is Iowa So Important?
You’ve likely seen news coverage of various 2020 presidential candidates hanging out in Iowa. Are you wondering why they’re always there? Well, Iowa is rather important to the presidential primary process. Why? Iowa is first. Back in 1972 (after a… Read More ›
How You Can Help Get Voters Registered in Iowa
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… Read More ›
Election 2020: Taking Back the Senate
Yes, we want the White House, but without the Senate, we won’t be able to enact the big changes that our country needs. So, while you keep an eye on the presidential race, keep a lookout for the critical Senate… Read More ›
Iowa’s Latest Voter Suppression Tactic
We have yet another reminder that to stamp out voter suppression, we all need to look in our own backyards. The HR1 bill that the House passed could help expand voting rights at the federal level in a lot of… Read More ›
This Week’s Voter Registration Deadlines
You can’t vote unless you’re registered. Help get this voter registration information to your friends, family, and social media followers in the following states. ALABAMA Deadline to register by mail, online, or in person is October 22. Registration info HERE… Read More ›
June 5 Primaries Recap: The News You Missed
It’s not easy to keep up with 8 primaries happening all at once. Now that most of the votes have been counted, here’s a quick review at what happened in the (Democratic) primaries, what questions got answered, and what you… Read More ›
Quick, What Voter ID Does Your State Require?
Voter ID is an important voting rights issue. Thing is, it’s often not national news, so it’s not on everyone’s radar. Today, take a moment to make sure you have what you need to vote and then consider helping other… Read More ›
Iowa 6/5 Primary: Voter Resources
Iowa has its statewide primary election on Tuesday, June 5. Bookmark/share these voter resources and review the quick facts going into election day. There are also a few key races noted, with the names of the Democratic candidates and links… Read More ›
Special Elections April 2018
There are 16 special elections and 1 general election scheduled in April 2018. Click on the highlighted text next to the state name (courtesy of Ballotpedia) to get the information you need such as: a map outlining the district, why… Read More ›
When is Your State’s 2018 Primary?
(Revised to reflect new primary dates for NY) In November 2018, Americans will go to the polls to vote for thousands of elected positions. Which positions? Every seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, 33 U.S. Senators, 36 Governors, thousands… Read More ›