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?
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!
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.
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
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
Unfortunately for voters, the Republican Presidential Candidate debate on CNBC was poorly executed, resulting in little discussion of substance. If you watched the debate you know what we mean. If you didn’t watch, mostly likely you’ve seen some of the blow-back in the press outlining the debate’s shortcomings. We watched and below is our view … Continue reading CNBC Republican Presidential Debate Summary
VoteCircle Quick Summary (From the City of Philadelphia Voter Education Handbook) This proposed amendment to the Home Rule Charter would add a new Office to the Administrative branch of City government: the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Affairs. The Office would be headed by the Director of LGBT Affairs, appointed by the … Continue reading Philadelphia Voters Deciding Whether to Add an Office of LGBT Affairs to the City Roster.