There are many lessons to learn from this election, but the fact that Trump won is not surprising to us. We took dramatic action precisely because we thought he could win, not because we thought he wouldn’t. This year, turnout was high, but not as high as it should have been — especially among people who know better.
Thank You — Let’s Hope Its Enough
Over 18 months, we watched with amusement, worry, and finally horror as the Republican party nominated a man who ran contrary to our ideals and values.
We spoke out. We voiced to our family, friends, journalists — anybody who would listen — the incongruencies between…
Current State of the Race and R4C16
Political observers normally consider Labor Day the point at which voters solidify their choice. The latest national Quinnipiac survey lists only three percent of likely voters as undecided; and only nine percent of those who have decided on a candidate say they could change their mind…