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Voting By Mail
The New Republican Myth of California Voter Fraud
Paul Ryan and other Republicans are implying that California’s slow vote counts disguise fraud. It’s important to debunk these myths before 2020.
Georgia County Trying to Close Most of Its Polling Places
Is the GOP is mounting a dramatic attack on voting opportunities in a small county?
Turnout for an Epochal California Primary Will Probably Be Terrible
The stakes in the June 5 top-two primary in the Golden State are very high. But voters aren’t that excited, and the outcome is hard to predict.
The Joy of Voting by Mail
The growing number of voters who don’t cast ballots on Election Day should grow to nearly everybody.
Roseanne Barr and Mark Penn Stand Up for Poor Persecuted Conservatives
Apparently, conservatives have to run absolutely everything before they no longer fear to express their love for POTUS.
2018 Democratic Wave Likely to Be a True Tsunami in California
The Golden State has been trending Democratic of late. Everything that’s happened in 2018 could accelerate that trend.
Both Parties Are Spinning Hard in Montana’s Strange, Evolving Special Election
Final question in a nationalized context between the parties: Who will vote on a Thursday before a holiday weekend?