In Florida: Felons Can Vote in Presidential Primaries, But Not Independents
In 2020, hundreds of thousands of felons may be allowed to vote in the presidential primary process.That is, as long as they join either the Democratic or Republican Party.
Supreme Court: Federal Court Will NOT Stop Partisan Gerrymandering
This time the case is out of Michigan, where a lower court ordered 34 legislative and congressional districts to be redrawn because the court found that the districts were drawn explicitly for the purpose of giving Republicans an advantage.
New Voting Methods
Ranked Choice Voting Is Under Attack
Ranked choice voting, an alternative ballot method, has been under attack by the press. Unlike the traditional “pick one” ballot used in most U.S. elections, ranked choice ballots allow voters to rank the candidates in order of preference.
Tulsi Claps Back at Hillary for Suggesting Russia Is Grooming Her For Third-Party Run
Hillary Clinton didn't drop Tulsi Gabbard's name, but the implication is clear -- And Tulsi was quick to respond.