By Andrew J. Seligsohn and Emily Bottie
The opportunity for every American to vote in a free and fair election is at risk. In a typical year, 56% of poll workers (the people who staff polling places on election day) …Read More
By Sabrina Medler
As a young voter, and recent Political Science graduate from Stanford University, I understand the kinds of obstacles that impact students’ ability to vote. My goal is to help boost the youth vote in this monumental election, …Read More
What do a clam bake in Crisfield, Maryland, a Fourth of July parade in Windsor Heights, Iowa, and a minor league baseball game in Jacksonville, Florida have in common? They all represent public social events in specific geographic locations. Candidates …Read More
Senator Bernie Sanders withdrew his candidacy for the Democratic Presidential nomination this week, making former Vice President Joe Biden the presumptive party nominee to face President Trump this fall. Are the primaries over, then?
Not even close. Here in Kansas, …Read More