Safe Spaces for Disparaged Student Voters

Marquette University is one of the first to continue to the trend of babying college students who are “suffering” from the election.

GOP Loses House, But Trump Still Victorious

While there were many Republicans loses in the midterm elections, most still held their positions which include majority in the U.S. Senate.

Hispanic Americans Show Increased Voting Interest, ‘Dónde Votar’ Search Spike

As of noon on Election Day, Google shows the days top search term as “dónde votar” (where to vote), signaling higher Hispanic turnout.

Reporter Bumbles, Says it Would “Suck” if GOP Candidate Elected

Michigan’s Huron Daily Tribune is in a bit of hot water after a reporter called to request an interview with Republican John James.

Trump Wants to Overcome Tragedies and Reignite Voters

President Trump has been encouraging Republicans for elections, trying to regain the voting fervor that subsided after domestic terror attacks.

Cory Booker Can Run for Both Senate and the Presidency Because of Recent NJ Law

A law signed by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy enables Senator Cory Booker to run for U.S. Senate and 2020 presidency simultaneously.

Leah Vukmir Rips Opposition with Aid Ad

The race for Wisconsin’s Senate seat is heating up as Republican candidate Leah Vukmir devastated her opponent Sen. Tammy Baldwin with an ad criticizing Baldwin’s take on socialized medicine.