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The Path Toward Commonsense Election Reform

By on July 25, 2021
The Path Toward Commonsense Election Reform

by Matthew Weil

Elections will never be viewed as fair if the winning side is victorious because they were better positioned to write the rules to their advantage.

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Why Macomb Stayed Red

By on December 9, 2020
Why Macomb Stayed Red

by DAVID A. DULIO & JOHN S. KLEMANSKI

Trump’s successes in Macomb during the last two cycles may signal a longer-term partisan change in the County.

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Why Northampton Turned Blue

By on December 9, 2020
Why Northampton Turned Blue

by CHRIS BORICK

Trump’s inability to repeat in Northampton County was undoubtedly affected by intense dissatisfaction with his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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WORK TOGETHER

By on December 9, 2020
WORK TOGETHER

by ED GOEAS & BRIAN NIENABER

Voters will be heading into 2021 frustrated about the political environment and wary that either political party or its leaders has all the answers facing the country.

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Ripon Profile of Ann Wagner

By on September 23, 2020
Ripon Profile of Ann Wagner

Ann Wagner discusses the issues facing America’s suburbs and how she’s working to address them.

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Reagan in Youngstown

By on October 21, 2015 with 0 Comments
Reagan in Youngstown

by WILLIAM C. BINNING

It’s been said that politics these days is fought along the margins, with each party trying to motivate its political base while the political center is virtually ignored.

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Minority Rules: A snapshot on redistricting heading into next year

By on August 14, 2014 with 0 Comments
Minority Rules: A snapshot on redistricting heading into next year

by CLARK BENSEN

“For decades past, targeted and passionate activity at all levels has improved the political empowerment of the African-American community. The 2010 census indicates that similar activities may now be needed for other emerging minority communities.”

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“Empathy for the little guy” – A Q&A with Ed Rollins

By on August 13, 2014 with 0 Comments
“Empathy for the little guy” – A Q&A with Ed Rollins

The manager of Jack Kemp’s run for the White House discusses the ’88 campaign, the promise of his candidacy, and why his bid for President ultimately came up short.

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Virginia in the Balance

By on August 13, 2014 with 0 Comments
Virginia in the Balance

by JESSE RICHMAN

In 2000, the presidential election came down to the votes of one state – Florida. In 2012, the election may hinge on the votes of the Old Dominion.

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Defusing the DEBT BOMB

By on August 13, 2014 with 0 Comments
Defusing the DEBT BOMB

by TOM COBURN

In an adaptation from his new book, the Oklahoma Senator delivers a stern warning about America’s fiscal future.

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