Tag Archives: US elections

President Trump’s Term Ends on Jan. 20 – The Constitution is Clear

Whether he likes it or not, Trump’s term as president will end Jan. 20. What happens next is yet unknown, but at least that much is certain.

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How Joe Biden Did So Well in Georgia

Georgia’s 2020 turnout was roughly 800,000 more than in the 2016 presidential election. An additional factor in the Georgia election result may have been President Trump’s statements discouraging his supporters from voting, but the real key was the grassroots organization, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and other efforts, that brought new voters into the fold.

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What Biden’s Win Mean for Race Relations, Foreign Policy and the Supreme Court

President Donald Trump’s tenure lasted just four years, but in that time he dragged policy on an array of key issues in a dramatic new direction. Joe Biden’s victory presents an opportunity to reset the White House agenda and put it on a different course.

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US Presidential Elections and Pakistan

While Pakistan is not relying now on the US that much anymore as it did once, a Democrat victory can be balanced out nicely.

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What is at Stake in the US Elections

As Americans head to the polling stations to give their verdict in a historic election, many questions remain unanswered as to what will decide the outcome.

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Could a Few State Legislatures Choose the Next President?

Trump’s campaign is considering asking some of the 29 state legislatures with Republican majorities, in charge of a total of 300 electoral votes, to depart from current practice in choosing their Electoral College delegates.

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Election Contingency Planning During the Coronavirus Pandemic

In response to COVID-19, actions should be taken to protect elections and Americans' right to vote.

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How TV Cameras Influence Candidates’ Debate Success

People who watch the debates should be vigilant about how their opinions are being influenced not just by what they hear from the candidates, but how they see them on the screen.

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Why are There So Many Democratic Candidates for President?

Divisions inside political parties and easy ways for candidates to raise money are among the reasons why.

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Total Cost of 2016 US Election May Reach $6.6b

Presidential candidates spent over $1.13 billion, compared to $913 million at this point in 2012. House candidates spent $71 million less this year, and Senate candidates spent $137 million more than this point in 2012, although that number may increase when more Senate filings are processed by the FEC.

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