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Jill Stein drops statewide Pennsylvania recount case

Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein said Saturday she is dropping her bid for a statewide election recount in Pennsylvania.

Citing a major cost placed on voters due to a court ruling that says the voters requesting the recount must pay a $1 million bond, Stein also said she will be making a “major announcement” regarding her next steps in the recount process at a 10 a.m news conference Monday outside Trump Tower in New York.

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Democrats Wasted Voter Problem Reached Critical Mass In 2016

It has been well documented Democrats tend to be clustered in urban, geographically dense cities and relegated to a few states largely controlled by major cities.   679 more words

2016 Election


There is something irresistibly delicious in witnessing a pompous, privileged, and ultimately pathological politician unceremoniously dumped by a savvy electorate. Frank Zacharias Robin “Zac” Goldsmith is the latest arrogant yet complacent buffoon to be subject to the will of the people; a people who are much better off for seeing the back of him. 921 more words


Strengthening Electoral Integrity

Strengthening Electoral Integrity: The Pragmatic Case for Assistance 

Author: Pippa Norris

New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming fall 2017.

The trilogy of books from the  361 more words


Trump defies expectations and takes the White House on a wave of populism

Pippa Norris, Harvard University

Election night in America has been stunning. The outcome may be catastrophic and transformative for America and the world. The pundits and pollsters consistently reported throughout the long, long US campaign that Hillary Clinton was in the lead in the popular vote, estimated across the average of most national polls. 726 more words


Broward Republican Chairman Robert Sutton Solves BREC Disqualification Issue

Due to strict rules set forth by the Republican Party of Florida, nearly one hundred Broward Republican Executive Committee (BREC) could have been barred from voting in Monday’s election. 131 more words


Electors Consider: Small Pool of Generals?

   Professor Fever from the political science department at Duke University reminds us of the 81 Generals who signed the statement that the Donald was a danger to America. 195 more words

The Presidency