Special elections are costly. Is there a better way to handle the issues voted upon in special elections?
What is democracy and are elections central to it?
An outline of the statistical probability that Barack Obama will win re-election to the presidency.
In this article, I recall my participation in United States Presidential elections during the period 1956-2016. Although a liberal Democrat in the early 60s, by 1980 I was a conservative Republican.
The answer to this question and other presidential trivia
I thought I would try my hand at Letters to the Editor this Political season here in Florida in order to try to stir up voter turnout, mainly Democratic, but in the end, all Americans.
In the process of keeping their purity the Libertarian Party captured few votes but in the process of turning the Party over to “Republican Lite Libertarians” they’ve lost their moral compass.
I didn't do to well in 2014 in predicting the Democrats would keep the Senate. Hopefully I will do better in predicting the Democrats will retake the Senate.
Just as the 2008 was historic in breaking the color barrier for the U.S. Presidency, so 2014 may be in the demise of the Republican Party. Political pundits don't think so, but I have my doubts.
Looking back on the 2012 election to see where the Republican campaign failed, why, and what should be done to keep from repeating the same mistakes.