The Republican Party had a bad night Tuesday in the Virginia state elections. How bad? That can be summarized in a couple of maps. Below is the traditional color-coded map of the Virginia gubernatorial results. It shows many Republican counties marked in red and a smaller number of Democratic counties or cities in blue. Although red […]
The U.S. Supreme Court postponed a hearing originally scheduled for Wednesday on a potential landmark case regarding Ohio’s policy of purging its voter registration rolls… Read More
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Ralph Northam’s convincing victory in last night’s Virginia governor’s race — coupled with Democratic gains in the Virginia state legislature, the party’s victory in the New Jersey governor’s race, a key win in Washington state, and the vote to expand Medicaid in Maine — put a spring in the step of Democrats and liberals. But […]
Catalonia’s Oct. 27 unilateral declaration of independence from Spain has gained the region a lot of attention — perhaps more so than at any time since the Spanish Civil War. How did Catalonia end up declaring independence? Like the U.S. electoral college, Catalonia’s electoral system can turn a popular vote loser into a winner. In fact, […]
In the Virginia gubernatorial race Tuesday between Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam and Ed Gillespie, immigration was a key issue. Northam, 58, the 40th and current… Read More
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Doesn’t anyone know how to play this game?
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Final polls show Democrat Ralph Northam holding a slight edge over Republican Ed Gillespie before Tuesday’s election for governor of Virginia. But a lot of uncertainty remains, especially given the typically low turnout in off-year elections and recent poll misfires in Virginia. Polls significantly underestimated Republican candidates in the 2013 gubernatorial election and 2014 contest […]
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It’s easy to see why parties across Europe gain from campaigning with an anti-European Union agenda. From Sebastian Kurz in Austria to Andrej Babis in the Czech Republic, euroskeptic party leaders saw victories in fall 2017 by putting their own countries first. But these politicians quickly discover the limits to their anti-E.U. agenda in Brussels. […]
Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey is an America First bull when it comes to protecting from ridiculous international actors and actions the United States steel industry. And has been for decades. And no wonder. Steel is a bit of a thing in Pennsylvania. There’s even an NFL team named after the industry’s employees. And lots of his constituents do indeed work in the industry. But | Read More »
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