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: 1. Who is advising Hillary on economic issues? Check out The Week’s Dream Team summary. 2. The New York Times, offers advice to the Republican Party. Hint: You brought in the Boogeyman and his name Trump, here’s how to avoid that in … Continue reading Weekly Round Up August 26, 2016
Stay on top of the latest political-happenings with our end-of-the week review: Donald Trump shakes up his campaign. Campaign Chief Paul Manafort resigned this week. Additionally, Mr. Trump added Breitbart News Network Chairman, Steve Bannon to his campaign as Campaign CEO. Finally, he promoted Kellyanne Conway to campaign manager filling the void lift by Corey … Continue reading Weekly Political Round Up August 19, 2016
Every week we’ll take a look at the top trending political stories an put them together in one blog post. 1. Cartoons Lets face it, no matter how old we are the funny papers are always the first we reach for. http://www.politico.com/gallery/2016/04/the-nations-cartoonists-on-the-week-in-politics-002242?slide=0 2. The Panama Papers Here’s a few articles to the “Panama Papers” for … Continue reading VoteCircle Weekly Political Round Up
On Monday the residents of Maricopa County got together to talk about elections. But it wasn’t to talk about whom they had voted for in the presidential preference election or to prepare for the upcoming primary elections. No. Monday was a day of rage. Fist pumping, vein popping, voice curdling, someone’s going to jail, rage. … Continue reading Arizona Presidential Preference Election: Incompetence or conspiracy?
With Trump rallying toward the nomination and establishment Republicans hell bent on stopping him, we keep hearing more and more about a so called “Contested Convention.” Despite this being the phrase of the week, few people know what it is or how it works. We’ve taken a stab of explaining it for you in two … Continue reading Two Minute Break Down Of What It Means When a Convention is Contested
Have you ever wondered what to expect during a Presidential Election cycle? There are a lot of terms like Primaries, Caucuses, Delegates, Superdelegates and Electoral College that may be difficult to grasp at first. This infographic breaks it down in one simple flow to get a better understanding of the whole process.
Wow, was that a presidential debate intro or a preview Jerry Bruckheimer summer movie? While entertaining, the intro to the debate was so over the top, it felt like “The Rock” was going to storm onto the stage and declare war on ISIS. It was fitting for the debate though, because despite being pretty informative, … Continue reading 5th Republican Presidential Debate Summary
It’s not about us, it’s about them . . . or at least it’s about how they relate to me! Tuesday night’s Republican National debate hosted by Fox Business News and the Wall Street Journal was to date, the best opportunity for the voters to get to see how candidates stand on issues that matter … Continue reading FOX Business News Republican Presidential Debate
VoteCircle Quick Summary (Adapted from San Francisco’s Ballot Simplification Committee) Proposition F would limit short-term rentals of a unit to 75 days per year, regardless of whether the rental is hosted (owner lives there during the rental) or unhosted (owner doesn’t live there during the rental). After being rented for 75 days, the unit could … Continue reading City of San Francisco – Proposition F Summary