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Hafsah learns about...the Primary Elections

Today, we got political. Hafsah told us that Trump won the Pennsylvania primary. However–he won for the Republicans, not overall.

Because when people are registered as a Republican or as a Democrat, they have to vote for their party’s candidates.

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Time to Re-Examine Nevada’s Caucus System

— by Roberta Lange, Chair–NV State Democratic Party

Earlier this year, Nevada voters made their voices heard in the Democratic presidential race. The contest here between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders was energetic and hard-fought, a clear reminder of why the country needs an early state with our demographic, regional and cultural diversity. 162 more words


Notice of Close of Voter Registration for the Primary Election

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that registration for the PRIMARY ELECTION to be held on the 14th day of June 2016, will close on Tuesday, the 24th day of May 2016. 301 more words

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Unfair system

I find it interesting that while the Democratic Party and the Republican Party are the two powerhouse political parties in the United States, there are other acknowledged parties that are part of the whole political landscape. 76 more words


Primary Election Day 2016 Voting Information

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Today is Primary Election Day and KDKA has put together a guide to help you navigate the voting process.

The polls are open from 7 a.m. 111 more words


Where Trump stands now

If this were a normal primary election, I would have already called Donald Trump the winner. The only thing keeping that from happening is the fact that Ted Cruz has been remarkable competent in wrangling delegates to his column combined with a Republican party leadership that doesn’t want to support the only candidate that can mathematically win the nomination on the first vote. 448 more words


Party Primaries Showcase a Lack of Democracy

For many voters of both parties, it is not a stretch to say that the primary process has been a vast disappointment. Whether voters are upset at the conduct of the candidates, the rhetoric employed, the negative attack advertisements, or the results themselves, there has been little for voters to cheer throughout the process. 2,223 more words

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