Shane Vander Hart explains why he is voting for Evan McMullin for President over Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson and Darrell Castle.
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.
A new poll released by Emerson College shows independent Presidential candidate Evan McMullin leading Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the state of Utah.
A new poll conducted this week in Utah shows Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tied at 26 percent with Evan McMullin within the margin of error at 22 percent.
Donald Trump’s chances of victory in November have improved dramatically over the last two weeks with national polling and a much improved electoral map.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers speak discuss the movie Voiceless with Tim Overlin from Personhood Iowa.
Shane Vander Hart: I have concerns about Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, but the fact he did not immediately know Aleppo is not one of them.
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.
Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson has four fatal flaws that may prevent Never Trump conservatives from throwing their support behind him.
Former New Mexico Governor and Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson held a rally at Grand View University in Des Moines, IA Saturday afternoon.
Scott Scrimshaw: There is much about Governor Gary Johnson and Governor Bill Weld that I can get behind to support the Libertarian ticket for President.
Evan McMullin, Gary Johnson and Darrell Castle along with five additional 3rd Party candidates will join Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Iowa’s ballot.
Adam Graham: In the volatility of the current election Evan McMullin’s campaign can’t be as easily discounted as some of the media would like to.
In the latest McClatchy/Marist poll Donald Trump comes in dead last among voters under 30 behind Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein.
Shane Vander Hart: What started as a bump for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump after the Democratic National Convention now looks like a surge.
Hillary Clinton regains lead over Donald Trump in national polling taken after the conclusion of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.