Allan Lichtman, a professor at American University in Washington, D.C., has correctly predicted every presidential election since 1984. In an article by the New Yor Times, his model for prediction and way of thinking is explained. He formed this testing theory based on a series of analyses of elections from 1860 to 1960. It disregards […]Read more "Allan Lichtman’s Correct Predictions.. Again!"
According to The Washington Post, on the eve of the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton has enough electoral votes to win the White House in their final Fix map, before voting even begins. Either candidate must get to 270 votes to win, but if Hillary Clinton wins all of the states that are traditionally Democratic or […]Read more "The Path to the Presidency"
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both buying commercials for tonight’s Major League Baseball World Series game between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians, according to CNN Money. The Trump campaign booked three thirty-second spots, while the Clinton campaign booked two thirty-second spots and one sixty-second spot. According to Fox, not all ad time […]Read more "Presidential Ads in World Series Game 7"
In 2008 and 2012, President Obama’s campaign team put together a great direct contact effort, which, in turn, won him the presidency for both terms. According to The New York Times article Direct Voter Contact is Key to Boosting Turnout, presidential candidates Donald Trump (R) and Hillary Clinton (D), have been slacking on direct voter contact […]Read more "Direct Voter Contact"
Social media is playing a huge role in this year’s election process, as it should! Social media is taking over the world and plays a huge role in a lot of the American people’s daily lives. With al the money that presidential candidates spend on advertising and campaigning, why would they not utilize social media? […]Read more "Social Media News Blog"
Debates, once informative and a near necessity to the presidential election cycle, have now become a form of entertainment, and, perhaps, mockery of certain candidates. The media has redesigned them into being a national spectacle for all viewers, with a lot of personal attacks and not much discussion on policy and ideology. Debates tend to […]Read more "Debate News Article"
In all campaigns, whether they are presidential, non-presidential, national, regional, state, or local, they require a lot of financial support. Although the amount of money needed for a successful campaign varies for the size of each one, typically the more money invested in a campaign equals a greater amount of success. In an article posted […]Read more "GOP Financial Contributions to Save the Senate"