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Democracy and the Changing Tides of Popular Opinion

The Pew Research Center carried out a global survey of the views on democracy around the world. While this type… Read More

Super Tuesday: The Biggest Day in Primary Voting

Since 1988, whoever won the presidential primaries and caucuses held on Super Tuesday in March (March 5, 2024) ended up… Read More

This Week in History: November 6 – 12

“There is nothing new in the world except the history you do not know.” ~ Harry S. Truman Election Day… Read More

Finding the Facts on Midterm Elections

Midterms occur halfway through a president’s four-year term. These elections don’t have anything to do with choosing a president –… Read More

It’s Primary Season in the United States

It’s an election year in the United States, and the two main political parties are already preparing. In November, Americans… Read More

Feuds Erupt as States Redraw Voting Maps

Maps are being redrawn across America as states create new voting districts after the 2020 Census. Every ten years in… Read More

‘Shaping’ the Nation: Is It Redistricting or Gerrymandering?

Our Founding Fathers knew when creating this nation, by the people and for the people, that safeguarding freedom should always… Read More

The Changing Way We Elect Presidents

Every four years, the United States goes through another presidential election. Most of the time, it probably seems straightforward, but… Read More

Solving Election Dilemmas

Even though Election Day 2020 has come and gone, there are still many questions about who actually won and how… Read More

American Elections: A History of Controversy

Usually, presidential elections go smoothly, with a winner being declared immediately after Election Day. But, as we see now in… Read More

What Is Voter Turnout and Why Does It Matter?

The number of registered voters who actually cast votes in elections is called voter turnout – and it is a… Read More

The Spill: America’s Voting Early

A Horde of Voters This has been a strange year. Americans suddenly found themselves self-quarantined in their own homes, forced… Read More