Despite a memorable campaign effort from Democrat Beto O’Rourke, Texas opted last week to re-elect incumbent Republican Ted Cruz. Since 1993, Texas has been known as a predominantly ‘red state’ in Senate elections. Cruz was first elected in the senate … Continue reading Texas Senate race: Cruz takes a narrow victory in a contentious campaign
If you’ve just turned eighteen or if you’re voting for the first time, voting can seem like a complicated process. The good news is that registering to vote is the hardest part. It can be confusing to get a hold … Continue reading First Time Voters: How to Vote, Where to Vote
After Melania Trump’s infamous jacket, one of the latest political fashion statements on the American market is Gerrymander Jewelry—a new company whose commercial made the rounds on social media because it seemed more like an SNL skit than a real … Continue reading Does My Vote Matter?
When you vote on November 6, you’ll see five issues on the ballot. One issue vies for term limits, another concerns casinos, another deals with voter identification, and the last one pushes for a gradual raise of the minimum wage. … Continue reading What is Issue 1?
After the 2014 midterms marked a 72-year record low for voter participation, 2018’s National Voter Registration day saw a record high for voter registration: over 800,000 people registered to vote in one day, according to CNN. Some of the largest … Continue reading Swipe Up to Vote: Voter Registration Increases through Social Media