via The Washington Post In a stunning upset, Donald Trump won the presidency early Wednesday morning, as 10 electoral votes from Wisconsin put him over the required 270. How? Trump […]
via Politico There are 200 million registered voters in the United States, and it’s a good bet that more than 120 million of them will cast votes in the presidential […]
Advertising Age provides another update on where Clinton and Trump are focusing their advertising budgets and as with previous updates the bulk of the spending is focused on large swing […]
Early voting is underway and nearly 6 million votes have already been cast. via NBCNews.com Washington Post: In several key states, the early vote has shifted heavily to the Democrats […]
The Brennan Center for Justice has documented 14 states with new voting restrictions in place for the 2016 presidential election. In 2016, 14 states will have new voting restrictions in […]
CNN takes a look at the Virgina county of Prince William as one that will be key to Hillary Clinton’s hopes of winning the state. A very wealthy suburban county […]
Advertising Age takes a look at what states saw increases in ad spending in September compared to August. Colorado saw the largest increase, while Wisconsin saw a large decrease. • […]
Sentencing Project.org has released (PDF) state-level estimates of voter disenfranchisement due to felony convictions. Florida, a key 2016 swing state, is home to the largest absolute number of disenfranchised and […]
NBC News highlights the TV advertising spending disparity between the Pro-Clinton and Pro-Trump camps. States colored based on campaign spending Donald Trump and his allies are spending more and more […]
PBS highlights the disparity in the number of campaign offices in key states between Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. The states with the most […]
Virginia was once considered a safe Republican state, but after Democrat Barack Obama won in 2008 and 2012 it is increasingly looking like a state that leans Democratic. Hillary Clinton […]
The New York Times has an article and map graphic outlining the challenges and strengths of the McCain and Obama campaigns in Virginia. No Democratic presidential candidate has won Virginia […]
The newest post on key swing states at Real Clear Politics examines Virginia, where Obama hopes to become the first Democrat to carry the state since Johnson in 1964. The […]
In Virginia’s Democratic primary, Barack Obama defeated Hillary Clinton by nearly a 2 to 1 margin as part of a sweep of the Potomac Primaries held on February 12th in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC.
Both McCain and Obama found their support strongest in the East, while Huckabee and Clinton performed best in the West.
In the Democratic Primaries held in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC on February 12th, Barack Obama defeated Hillary Clinton by wide margins and has taken the delegate lead.
In the Republican Primaries, John McCain swept Mike Huckabee winning all three states making a Huckabee exit eminent.
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