via: cnn.com Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) — It’s round two in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, with voting beginning in New Hampshire. While most polling places in the state didn’t open until early Tuesday, the first votes were cast just after midnight in the tiny communities of Dixville Notch and Hart’s Location. See […]
A new study shows that church attendance is down in western democracies but religious beliefs still influence people at the polls. Chris Raymond, a political science at MU College of Arts & Science, did a study that says religion still has a large impact on how people vote and helps define many of the platforms […]
2010 Senate Elections – Polling and Winner Forecasts by State Geography Candidates (D vs. R) Dem Rep Ind Mrg Win % Rating Alaska McAdams vs. Miller 27.5 32.1 32.5 I+0.4 40% Toss Up Alabama Barnes vs. Shelby 30.1 58.2 – R+28 95% Strong Rep Arizona Glassman vs. McCain 36.6 54.5 – R+18 95% Strong Rep […]
Radio One Listeners, we appreciate the continued support you give to our radio stations and we urge you also to get out and vote on Nov. 2nd! We have provided information links on where you can find your nearest voting locations. Find Your Locations By County Click here for Harris County polling locations Click here […]
Midterm elections are just days away, and the youth organization The League of Young Voters Education Fund doesn’t want your vote to go up in smoke. They have announced their ‘Pledge To Vote’ campaign for the 2010 November 2 midterm elections and are commissioning the support of Hip-Hop heads to urge the youth to get […]
Disappointed that Obama hasn’t zapped the Republicans with his magical powers like Harry Potter? Not planning to vote in the upcoming midterm elections in protest? Then you need to watch this video… Viewer’s discretion advised for some mild language.
How & Where to Vote Early In Person: If you are a Harris County resident and are registered to vote at a Harris County address, you can vote early for the Nov. 2 election just by walking in to any the locations shown below during the following times. (Note that on Election Day, November 2, […]
The short answer: We used to be a nation of farmers. The long answer: Congress chose November because the harvest was over and the weather wouldn’t be bad enough to prevent people from traveling. As for Tuesday, people used to have to travel overnight to their polling location. (In 1845, horse was the preferred method […]