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GOP Nominee Needs 64 percent of the White Vote and 30 percent of the Non-White Vote to Win in ’16

Does Presidential Racial Group Voting Data Since 1976 Spell Doom for Republicans?

It is well-established among pollsters that for either party’s presidential nominee to win in 2016 they must attract the correct balance of what is now commonly referred to as the white vs. 1,119 more words

2012 Presidential Race

President's Day Reflection

Today is the American federal holiday known as President’s Day.  While the only real way in which most of us will be affected is that our garbage cans won’t be picked up and will have to sit overnight again, this holiday brought a landmark event for many of us who have taken on the personal responsibility of working to reclaim our freedom from a lawless government which ignores the American Constitution.   679 more words

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Mitt Romney comes through as genuine family man in new documentary

One of the preconditions to filming behind the scenes of Willard Mitt Romney’s life during his two presidential campaigns was that the documentary content could not be released until after the 2012 election. 935 more words

The End Result Of Obama Care: The Democrats Will Feel Sorry

We must never forget that the Democrats passed Obama Care by using an abuse of power. The abuse of power comes into play because they had the majority in Congress they established all the rules without any Republican input. 632 more words

FBI is doing nothing against Human Trafficking in Hollywood

FBI is Doing Nothing Against Human Trafficking in Hollywood. Eva Longoria is with Barack Obama to Show Everything Is Allright.


“In 2012, she was one of seven Californians named to the post of co-chair of Barack Obama’s re-election campaign. 186 more words


The Diversifying Electorate -- Voting Rates by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2012 (and Other Recent Elections)

The Diversifying Electorate — Voting Rates by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2012 (and Other Recent Elections). U.S. Census Bureau. May 8, 2013.

About two in three eligible blacks (66.2 percent) voted in the 2012 presidential election, higher than the 64.1 percent of non-Hispanic whites who did so, according to a U.S. 117 more words

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