Category Archives: Election Analysis

The State of the Presidential Race Today

How did things get where they are today? Continue reading

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The Disadvantages of Absentee Ballots

There’s only one big disadvantage of absentee ballots: the potential for fraud or voter intimidation. Continue reading

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The Advantages of Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballots enable voters to make informed decisions, especially about local elections and measures which nobody has heard of. Continue reading

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Why Joe Biden Will Probably Win the Vice Presidential Debate

On Thursday the Vice Presidential debate will occur, testing Vice President Joe Biden versus Republican hopeful Paul Ryan.

Joe Biden will probably win that debate. Continue reading

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Mitt Romney: Bad For At Least One Business (Bain & Company)

It’s quite strange to see Bain as just another company trying to recruit college graduates. We’ve all been so accustomed to seeing Bain linked with Mitt Romney that it’s very weird to talk about it without mentioning the Republican presidential nominee. Continue reading

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A Strange Day to Nominate Paul Ryan

Mitt Romney has just nominated Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan as his vice presidential candidate. Continue reading

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How Enrique Peña Nieto Won Mexico’s Presidential Election

Mexico has recently elected as president Governor Enrique Peña Nieto. The handsome new president won 38.2% of the vote, 6.6% over Andrés Manuel López Obrador of the left-wing Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD). Peña Nieto’s vote was also 12.8% over Josefina Vázquez Mota, from the right-wing National Action Party (PAN). Continue reading

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