To win in November, we’re going to need to turn out in droves. So whenever I read that turnout went up significantly for a particular election, I want to learn what went right so we can replicate it. And it… Read More ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons ⚡ 3/7
In the words of Washington Post cartoonist, Ann Telnaes, “Editorial cartoonists are supposed to keep politicians and people in power accountable.” Here’s how they did that this week. Coronavirus By Signe Wilkinson, Philly Daily News & Philly Inquirer… Read More ›
How Super Tuesday Affected the 2020 Senate Races
Wait, people voted for more than just the presidential election on Super Tuesday, right? Yes, indeed. Here’s how the primary affected 10 Senate races: Alabama The Democrats are defending Doug Jones’ (D) seat, the most at-risk seat the Democrats have… Read More ›
Why Don’t We Have a National Primary?
I’m in a state that doesn’t vote until later in the spring, so it often feels like the presidential nomination process is long over by the time I get to cast a vote. I’ve seen others ask the question —… Read More ›
The Big Day: Super Tuesday Arrives
In February, 155 Democratic delegates were awarded. Today, we’ll be awarding 1,357 delegates. Anything can happen! Plus, there are down ballot races that need your votes. You will be shaping the races we’ll be seeing in November. Please go vote!… Read More ›
Are You Ready for Super Tuesday?
Are you ready for Super Tuesday? Whether you’re in one of the Super Tuesday states and get to vote, or just want to know what’s going to happen, March 3 is going to be a BIG day. The first four… Read More ›