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Republicans Can Not Win The White House Without a Better Message for Women

I just published an essay on Donald Trump and included some data on recent presidential elections and thought it made sense to do a separate post on the importance of American women in presidential elections. 568 more words

Cultural Barometer

A Simple Electoral Vote Simulation Model

A Simple Electoral Vote Simulation Model

Richard Charnin
July 27, 2015

The purpose of the Monte Carlo Electoral Vote Simulation Model is to calculate the probability of a candidate winning at least 270 Electoral votes. 401 more words

2012 Election

Did The GOP Laboratory Create A Monster?

They’ve been working on this project for almost seven years.  They have carefully honed the components one at a time.  They tested them in their media lab at Fox.   629 more words

Obama Victory Celebration Didn't Extend to Google+

President Barack Obama celebrated his historic reelection victory across social media Tuesday night, right? Not quite.
On Twitter, Obama posted several post-election tweets, including his ‘four more years’ tweet which broke retweeting records. He posted a simple “thank…

Uber Offers 'Freedom Rides' to Voters on Election Day

The on-demand private driving service Uber is hoping to make Election Day easier for voters by offering “Freedom Rides” to and from polling stations.
The Uber app teamed up with Rock the Vote to give all first time users of the service a free ride to the polls, as long as they…

Australian Motorist Party deregistered by Elections ACT

The Australian Motorist Party, which had former Summernats head Chic Henry as a candidate in the 2012 ACT election, is no more.

Elections ACT has announced it has cancelled its registration as a party after a request from the party itself. 177 more words


The Donald, Immigration Reform and Hate Crimes

As a first generation American I have always followed immigration closely. My grandmother and mother came to America through the front door. They worked long and hard to gain their legal status and citizenship. 1,105 more words