President-elect Donald Trump won the electoral college vote held on Monday, December 19, 2016 as expected with little to no drama.
On Caffeinated Thoughts this week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss Limited Atonement with Bryan Peters and tax and spending policy with Chris Ingstad.
Paul Pate: The Electoral College requires candidates to appeal to all of America, not just its top population centers. Iowa’s issues deserve to be discussed.
Jim Mowrer has launched a PAC today that would destroy Iowa’s influence in the presidential election not to mention our Republic.
The Electoral College encourages coalition building, gives a voice to big and small states, and discourages voter fraud. We must protect it.
A half a dozen Democratic electors in Washington and Colorado have signed onto a plan to try to undermine the legitimacy of the Electoral College.
Shane Vander Hart looks at the state of the presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Election Day eve.
Adam Graham addresses five of the most common myths and misconceptions spread about Evan McMullin by the media, Donald Trump and his supporters.
Donald Trump’s electoral chances have improved a few days before Election Day on Tuesday and polling trends show an electoral tie is a real possibility.
Currently the electoral map reflecting state polls shows that Hillary Clinton has a 260 to 165 lead over Donald Trump. It is 340 to 198 without toss-ups.
National polling indicates that the race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is tightening, but a look at the electoral map tells a different story.
The electoral map in August looks even worse for Donald Trump than it did in July. As it stands today Hillary Clinton looks poised for a landslide.
Adam Graham: Americans voting according to their consciences can have a huge impact on this election and can force parties to reform or die.
Shane Vander Hart: Based on state polling the current electoral college map in 2016 does not look very good for Donald Trump heading into November.
By John Hendrickson The Electoral College is one of the most misunderstood aspects of American government and historically it has come under fire for being “un-democratic.” The most recent attempt to undermine the Electoral College is from The National Popular Vote Movement (NPV). NPV’s objective is to change the Electoral College system to be based […]
Scroll Down for Updates Well the Iowa Senate Study Bill 1128 was passed out of committee on an 8-7 vote. Two Democrats joined with the unified Republican opposition to this bill. Here’s the roll call vote: Nay: Sen. Feenstra (R-Hull), Sen. Behn (R-Boone), Sen. Hartsuch (R-Bettendorf), Sen. Seymour (R-Woodbine), Sen. Wieck (R-Sioux City), Sen. Horn […]