The legacy of Barack Obama will be written in the history books as one of optimism. He was the first black president, leaving office with more than half the country approving of his job. His signature legislation was upheld multiple times in the Supreme Court. He won the Nobel Prize for Peace! But… that won’t reflect the utter devastation he has wrought upon his own | Read More »
The final key Senate race of the night is over, according to the Associated Press, and Pat Toomey keeps his U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania. BREAKING: Toomey re-elected to U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania. @AP race call at 1:14 a.m. EST. #Election2016 #APracecall pic.twitter.com/5YXXCAs1fS — The Associated Press (@AP) November 9, 2016 What’s more, with this win, the GOP keeps the Senate, which was originally thought | Read More »
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North Carolina’s Richard Burr keeps his U.S. Senate seat in a hotly contested race, making the Republican majority in the Senate that much more difficult. It is turning out to be a tough night for the Democrats hoping to seize the chamber. Burr’s win in NC means Dems’ path to Senate majority now looking quite tough. They need 3 of these 4: NV, MO, PA, | Read More »
Hillary Clinton has fought and clawed her way back into the lead in Virginia. As heavily Democratic counties like Fairfax start reporting more, her lead is extending. It is currently resting around 6,000 votes, meaning Trump still has a chance… but it’s fleeting. UPDATE: Hillary Clinton has taken the lead in Virginia — CBS Seattle (@CBSSeattleWA) November 9, 2016 Trump taking Virginia would be an | Read More »
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There’s a lot of electoral votes now heading Donald Trump’s way as the Associated Press calls the Lone Star state for the Republican nominee. BREAKING: Trump wins Texas. @AP race call at 9:01 p.m. EST. #Election2016 #APracecall pic.twitter.com/GGvlSTX8kn — The Associated Press (@AP) November 9, 2016 For the longest time, Texas did not seem to take kindly to Trump. That icy attitude seems to have | Read More »
Another state, another glitch. This time, coming from Durham County, North Carolina, where the Board of Elections there has asked for an extension to allow voters time to get in and exercise the privilege to vote after their electronic check-in service went down. Via CNN: The unanimous recommendation, which was sent to the state Board of Elections at 1:30 p.m. ET, came after a glitch | Read More »
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It may not seem like much, but it’s an important note because Guam has historically been a reliable predictor of how the presidential race will go, and Guam has gone overwhelmingly with Hillary Clinton this year. With 32,071 voters casting ballots, Democrat Clinton received 71.63% of the vote. RepublicanDonald Trump received 24.16%, and Socialist candidate Emidio Soltysik — the only third-party candidate on the ballot | Read More »
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Tomorrow is still the biggest day for voting in America, despite the growing number of people engaged in early voting. So it’s worthwhile to consider who the choices are. It’s worth our time to listen to our consciences. It’s worth our country to understand that we need to vote our values. I’m sure nobody reading here thinks Hillary Clinton represents anything good. She’s the second | Read More »
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Tomorrow, as the residents of Florida walk into the voting booth, they’ll be facing a few tough choices. However, the choice for who should represent them in the United States Senate is simple. Your options are Marco Rubio and Patrick Murphy. Your choice has to be Rubio. Set aside his choice to vote for Donald Trump. There are few people in the Senate who have | Read More »
Journalism is one of the most distrusted jobs in America, and frankly that’s a deserved result of their coverage of events over the last few decades. With this election, however, journalists have gone out of their way to show that they can control the narrative and not simply report on the events of the present, but alter them. Look no further than their glowing coverage | Read More »