This is the mother load of political cartoons. This has something for everyone.
2. Clinton and Trump Take New York
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 widespread voting irregularities that made it difficult for many to vote.
New Yorkers filed an emergency lawsuit.
The request was denied.
New York Attorney General launches investigation.
The Commissioners’ Executive Committee of the Board of Elections voted to suspend Borough Office Chief Clerk Diane Haslett-Rudiano without pay. The suspension takes effect immediately and will continue pending an internal investigation.
4. Record Turnout
Maryland is already showing record turnout for voting, highest early turnout ever seen.
Harriet Tubman has been chosen to replace Andrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill. This has sparked great controversy and become a political talking point. Here is an excellent piece on Harriet and her legacy.
Donald Trump chimed in on this with the following remarks.
Here is what Hillary Clinton had to say about it.
6. Bathroom Rules
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump trade barbs on bathroom debate for transgender people rights.
Donald Trump accidentally referred to 9/11 as 7-Eleven in a speech much to the delight of his opponents and haters who have been gleefully making Slurpee jokes since. People tire out on the campaign folks. Maybe he was just thirsty.
8. Not in Manhattan
Surprisingly, Trump actually lost Manhattan to Kasich by a very small margin.
DNC is starting to get nervous that if Hillary Clinton wins the nomination, that they will not be able to depend on Sanders supporters to take her to the White House.
According to the growing articles on this topic, his supporters would opt towards votong for Green Party hopeful Jill Stein.
Lastly VoteCircle is ending this weekly round up expressing condolences to the family, friends and fans of the ultra talented Prince. Prince was not only a superb musician but was a selfless humanitarian; humbly doing great and far-reaching acts of kindness very privately.
Political commentator Van Jones touches on Prince’s immense gifts as a humanitarian.
Stevie Wonder gives the following heart felt reflection on his friend.