Two trans women are making history this year with runs for Senate and House seats.
The 2016 election promises to be, as the kids say, bananas. The huge and terrifying Republican field is filled with an assortment of candidates who each bring their own unique brand of ‘terrible for the country’ to the fray, from Donald Trump’s bombastic hatred of immigrants to Scott Walker’s insistence on running Wisconsin into the […]
The 2008 election became the scene of some fascinating positioning and rhetoric as both Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin occupied key roles in the campaign process. Clinton’s bid for a Presidential nomination ultimately failed, while Palin was cynically selected as a Vice Presidential nominee for the Republican party. These two women have political views at […]
The 2008 election in the United States was pretty groundbreaking, and not just because it ended with the election of the country’s first Black President. It wasn’t just the first election where people of colour were serious Presidential candidates, it was also an election where multiple women were considered viable contenders. Hillary Clinton may not […]
I’ve referenced this in the past, but given that the general election is coming up, I thought I would dedicate a whole post to talking about the glossy mailer rule. For long-time readers, this may be kind of a deja vu post, for which I apologise! Basically, politics in the United States is fueled, dictated, […]