Stay on top of the latest political happenings with our end-of-the week review: 1. According to the New York Times, Donald Trump and the RNC aren’t getting along. We’ve included this in our round up, because we’re amazed the Time’s ability to scoop up stories that are very, very, very, secret. 2. You may not … Continue reading Weekly Round Up September 9, 2016
Stay on top of the latest political happenings with our end-of-the week review: 1. Donald Trump aims to pit immigrants against minorities. Mr. Trump suggested that immigrants are taking the jobs that would otherwise go to minorities. 2. In the latest polls Donald Trump seems to be catching up to Hillary Clinton; slowly chipping away … Continue reading Weekly Round Up September 2, 2016
Stay on top of the latest political-happenings with our end-of-the week review: In an interview with CNN, Hillary Clinton said there’s no way she wouldn’t be the nominee for the Democratic Party. Her subtle (ok not-so-subtle) message was clear – accept the unofficial defeat Sanders, for the party’s best interests. Catch the interview here, plus … Continue reading VoteCircle’s Weekly Political Roundup: May 20, 2016
1. This week’s round up starts off in the world of bizarre accusations. According to the Washington Post, years ago Mr. Trump posed as his own PR representative to boast about the women courting him. 2. At the cross roads of justice and politics the Affordable Care Act took a blow in Federal Court. A … Continue reading VoceCircle Weekly Round Up May 14
1. Cartoons This is the mother load of political cartoons. This has something for everyone. http://politicalhumor.about.com/od/politicalcartoons/ig/Political-Cartoons/ 2. Clinton and Trump Take New York http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/19/politics/new-york-primary-results-recap/ 3. New York’s Primary The win for Clinton has not come without serious controversy as more than 100,000 New York voters found themselves disinvited to their own party in addition to … Continue reading VoteCircle Weekly Political Round Up (April 22)
Tuesday three prodigal candidates will be returning to New York where they have deep roots in The Big Apple and are anticipated to walk away with the most votes. There is already mounting tension about New Yorks highly restricted voting laws. Judges, the NYPD, and poll workers are already anticipating trouble from the 3 million … Continue reading Bright Lights, Big City Big Primary
1. Cartoons Kicking off our weekly roundup is yes, more cartoons. We like it and we know you do too. We like it when you like it. http://www.politico.com/gallery/2016/04/the-nations-cartoonists-on-the-week-in-politics-002244?slide=0 2. Paul Ryan is NOT Running Paul Ryan wants you to know that he is absolutely not running for President. He’s not, so don’t you even ask … Continue reading VoteCircle Weekly Political Round Up (April 15)
What is a delegate? How do you become a delegate? Do you have to be rich? Powerful? What do delegates actually do? VoteCircle asked one of our users to share her experience of becoming a delegate in her home state of Washington. Jana has always had a passion for political discussion, but for the first … Continue reading Jana – A Newly Minted Super Delegate!
In the good old days, you told people “I will call you when I get home” because their were no “mobile” phones unless you were one of those super cool and wealthy people that had a cell the size of a basketball players shoe up to their ear “Oh excuse me, I’m on my SIZE … Continue reading Are Political Campaigns Killing Us?
VoteCircle is committed to being a non biased source of information for the American people. However, the inspiration for this platform is the sheer madness that has overtaken our political system. There is 10 billion dollars estimated to be spent on this election and from everything so far gathered that seems almost totally directed at … Continue reading Engage Without Rage