elections

The Virginia Blueprint

By on December 14, 2021
The Virginia Blueprint

by TOM DAVIS

Elections are about the future, and Glenn Youngkin epitomized a post-Trump party and post-COVID governance. It also provides Republicans with a plan to run on in 2022.

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A View from the Front Lines: Battle for the Senate 2022

By on December 14, 2021
A View from the Front Lines: Battle for the Senate 2022

by KEVIN McLAUGHLIN

Republicans have the winds at our back in the quest to take back the Senate majority in 2022 and are well positioned to gain the one seat needed to do so, if not many more.

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Ranked Choice Voting is a Growing Success Story that Provides Voters with a Greater Voice

By on December 14, 2021
Ranked Choice Voting is a Growing Success Story that Provides Voters with a Greater Voice

by GARY BARTLETT

With RCV, more voters have a voice in who wins, and winning candidates have a broader base of support when they begin serving and governing.

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Ranked Choice Voting Complicates the Voting Process and Distorts the Final Vote

By on December 14, 2021
Ranked Choice Voting Complicates the Voting Process and Distorts the Final Vote

by NICK MURRAY

Proponents claim that RCV guarantees the winner has majority support, but data shows that this often happens because it distorts the final vote.

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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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States Should Set Their Own Election Rules to Protect Liberty

By on December 9, 2020
States Should Set Their Own  Election Rules to Protect Liberty

by J. Christian Adams

Any national federal standard — whether it be voter ID, absentee ballot availability, or even voter qualifications — would be enforced with a decidedly Democratic Party bias.

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Winning Back the Suburbs

By on February 19, 2019
Winning Back the Suburbs

by SARAH CHAMBERLAIN RESNICK

The ongoing “war” between the White House and the media has created an increasingly toxic political environment that has turned off many suburban and moderate voters.

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