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What a strange word blurb is – it’s not at all onomatopoeic as it doesn’t sound remotely like what it is. Wikipedia puts it perfectly: 749 more words

Lucky Portbraddon

Storify #2 - The Sanders Rally

Liz tweeted the Rally for the Bernie Sanders held at the Philadelphia Convention Center early this afternoon. Here’s the Storify for it.

Liz’s Tweets and Pictures from the Sanders Delegate Rally.

Out and About

I was hoping to attend part of the DNC’s “Six Strategies” training this afternoon with some analytics folks, so I headed over to the Philadelphia Convention Center. 234 more words

Around Philadelphia

There’s a Reason People Think the Democratic Primary Was Unfair and Undemocratic: It Was

Journalists have been cautioning Bernie Sanders against “suggesting the entire political process is unfair,” insisting that doing so could have “negative and destabilizing consequences.”  They… 1,560 more words

2016 Presidential Election

Open the Caucuses to Online Voters

In this diary, I wish to argue about how historic this election cycle’s caucuses were in regards to technology and voter outreach. I’ve never been to a caucus (I’ve lived most of my life in Georgia, a primary state), but they look pretty cool for the competitive, in-your-face nature of haggling with your neighbor for your candidate of choice. 647 more words