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Well, At Least Marijuana Won Big On Election Night!

“This is the most momentous Election Day in history for the movement to end marijuana prohibition.”

Voters in eight out of nine states that went to the polls on the issue of marijuana reform voted to roll back longstanding restrictions on the drug. 846 more words

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WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 8: A home pot grower shows some of his marijuana from a previous harvest inside his apartment in Washington, D.C., August 8, 2015. The female plants, which were grown in large flower tents with LED and daylight lights, need around 60 days before they are ready. (Photo by Astrid Riecken For The Washington Post via Getty Images)

1860's Politics: Statistics & The Soldiers' Vote

It’s Election Day in the U.S.A. (Don’t forget to vote).

As we watch the tally of popular and electoral votes this evening, remember that presidential elections and the electoral college have been in existence since 1787 (when the Constitution was signed). 273 more words

Emerging Civil War

Yes, the Astronauts Do Get to Vote

On the list of really important stuff that you may not have been wondering about: do astronauts get to vote?

They most certainly do.

Of course, this intrepid crew member did have to take the time to request a ballot, but request it she did. 35 more words

American Life And Politics

[VIDEO] Why Voter Fraud is a Massive Problem

Democrats like to pretend voter fraud isn’t a problem — but it is. This video proves it.

Politics

First Time Voters Discuss the Process

Anna Baxter and Miranda Rausch are students at Hofstra University, and first-time voters. In this interview they talk about the process of getting your absentee ballot and the pressure young people experience to make the right decision during this election cycle.

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Cerro Gordo County officials remind voters to return absentee ballots

CERRO GORDO CO., Iowa – With the election only one week away, 1,336 absentee ballots requested in the county have not been returned, officials say. 103 more words

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Every vote counts? How thousands of ballots fall through the cracks

Voting by mail is now the way most people cast their ballots in Hawaii elections.

With election security in the national spotlight, we wanted to know what’s in place to ensure Hawaii’s election runs smooth. 1,466 more words

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