It’s election day. Let’s do this thing.
The election is tomorrow, and it reminds me of so many childhoods spent breathlessly following election results. What lies in store for the United States?
The 2016 election is bringing up a surge of suggestions for protest votes, and those suggestions are selfish and wrongheaded. Stop thinking about yourself, and start thinking about the broader issues.
So you don’t want to cast a vote for president. Please, please, PLEASE go to the polls and vote the rest of the ballot, though, okay?
If you believe the Republicans, voter fraud is an epidemic sweeping the nation. What’s the real story?
There are 18 propositions on California’s November ballot. Here are my recommendations.
You don’t need to be a political whizz kid to run for local office, and you might be surprised by how rewarding it is.
Please don’t stay home on election day. This election is too important for you to assume that other people will vote for you.
The 2016 primary cycle showed us that the United States is in urgent need of serious, comprehensive election reform — and that some candidates did a better job of communicating about the election than others.
The results of the California primary shocked many Bernie Sanders supporters, who were nursing a dream that he’d win the state or lose by an extremely small margin. However, I wasn’t terribly surprised — many Clinton voters were deep in stealth, afraid to say anything in advance of the primary.