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Minnesota Caucuses: The Basics

So let’s say you’re a Minnesota resident, and you’ve got an opinion about either the Democratic presidential candidates, or the Republican presidential candidates.

On March 1st, you can vote for your preference by attending your precinct caucus. 1,705 more words

Minnesota Politics


Has Hillary’s campaign become the Worst of Bush AND Gore?

With her Iowa “victory”, the Hillary campaign is in the same moral position was in Florida after election day in November, 2000. 707 more words


Lecture Recap: February 1, 2016

This past Monday, February 1, we discussed mostly caucuses and primaries. After a few remarks on how to customize your WordPress blog to allow comments to be shown without moderation, our instructors moved on to how the different Iowa caucuses are run. 336 more words

Lecture Recaps

Caucuses Aren't Fair -- Are They Legal?

In many senses, the Iowa Caucuses played out exactly how they were supposed to on Monday night. According to data collected by Edison Research, Hillary Clinton led Bernie Sanders 49% to 46% after preferences at precincts around Iowa were counted for the first time. 688 more words

Election 2016

Caucus Resolution; Indigenous Food Share; Honor The Earth's Enbridge Recap; Treaty Rights Dispute

Caucus Resolution: American Indian Nations Should Have Access to Outdoor Heritage Fund

With Minnesota’s political caucuses coming up March 1, consider proposing this resolution:


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The Democratic Iowa Caucus: Looking at the Numbers

Although the polls did not predict the outcome of Iowa’s Republican caucus, they were fairly accurate on the Democratic race. On the eve of the caucus, The De Moines Register’s… 1,496 more words


The GOP Iowa Caucus

Let’s get it out of the way. My predictions did not peter out. I had Donald Trump winning by a small margin the Iowa GOP caucus. 1,294 more words