There are lots of insults you can hurl at politicians that get at the core of their character. "Old" should not be one of them. These days on social media, you might find yourself liking, sharing or even writing an angry post or tweet that refers to Trump as an “evil, bombastic old xenophobic, misogynistic, … Continue reading Grandma Says: Watch Your Language, Kids…It’s getting “Old”
Here is everything AZ-08 residents need to know to cast their ballots for Hiral Tipirneni! Polls show the race is neck and neck between Democrat Dr. Hiral Tipirneni and Republican Debbie Lesko. In this close election, every vote counts. Make a plan to vote! Our FAQ on casting your ballot on Tuesday: How do I … Continue reading Please Share: The Arizona CD-08 Voting Toolkit
What do history & data tell us about the likelihood they’ll turn out? Four million American teens will turn 18 before November 6 this year, which makes them eligible to vote in the nation’s upcoming high-stakes midterm elections. To hear them tell it, “post-millennial” high schoolers are joining forces with millennials to become the demographic … Continue reading Teens Say They’re Ready to Rock the Vote. Will They?
With so many women running for Congress, 2018 will bring interesting and unfamiliar tensions.For lots of American women, Election 2018 is starting to make us feel like we’re sugar-deprived kids walking into a gigantic candy story for the first time. Long resigned to choosing from a dreary array of navy blue suckers – or at … Continue reading Voting in the Year of the Woman
Women aren’t breaking records as they run for an unprecedented number of seats. They’re shattering them. A look inside the numbers. 1992 was the original “Year of the Woman” for Congressional races, when a then-record 11 women waged major party races for the U.S. Senate, and six of them won. Another 106 women ran for … Continue reading Women on the Run: Behind the Explosion in Female Candidates