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Voters line up to cast ballots at Richmond Public Library on November 7, 2017
R epublicans had stunning success after the 2010 Tea Party wave election tilting the rules of our election processes in their favor. One major part of that was extreme gerrymandering after the 2010 Census, taking advantage of increased Republican control of state legislatures elected in 2010.
The Democratic group Third Way did a survey soon after the 2010 election of "droppers" -- people who voted for Obama in 2008 but didn't vote in the midterms; and "switchers" -- Obama voters who cast their ballots for Republicans. Th...
New York Times: “The special Senate election here, to be decided Tuesday, has made for one wild and ugly campaign season. It was never going to be afternoon tea, but with the airing of allegations in November that Roy Moore, [...]
A judge has ruled that Ohio voters who were improperly removed from the swing state's registration list can cast ballots in the presidential election. The ruling Wednesday comes after a … Click to Continue »
Ohio congressional districts by presidential and House winner's party, click to enlarge On Tuesday, Ohio voters will head to the polls to vote in local elections and decide on a handful of statewide ballot measures. One key issue th...