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Silencing Voters Through Signatures

Too much of a good thing can easily be a bad thing. Too much water leads to water intoxication. Too much working out leads to rhabdomyolysis. Too many antibiotics lead to drug-resistant superbugs. And finally, too high of a signature requirement keeps good candidates off ballots. Signature requirements to make a ballot make sense. Go […]

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What Hat Should I Wear? — The Complicated Journey of Today’s Voter

As the one year anniversary of the 2016 presidential election passes into history, an election people will continue to analyze, critique, and study for generations to come, I, a responsible voter, reflect on what was one of the most exhausting yet meaningful years of my life. My journey certainly wasn’t an easy one, nor one […]

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Winds of Change – Interview w/ Gubernatorial Candidate Bob Krist

Update: Since the interview, Sen. Bob Krist announced partnership with the Nebraska Democratic Party. Unbeknownst to most, Nebraska records some of the coldest temperatures in the United States. The reason it beats out most northern states is because it’s so flat the cold winds blow uninterrupted. Bob Krist is hoping the winds of change, political […]

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Independent Action 20 – 26 Nov (Hayes, Krist, The Centrist Project)

• Last week, gubernatorial independent candidate of Maine, Terry Hayes, endorsed by the Centrist Project, released a video for her campaign labeled “A Positive Vision for Maine”. During the video, Hayes reiterates one of her reasons behind running as an independent, “The parties aren’t the problem, the partisanship is the problem.” 1 • Senator Bob […]