The Social Campaign: The Growing Reach of Social Media

The Social Campaign: The Growing Reach of Social Media’s Election Impact

March 26, 2013

Social media played an astounding role in the 2008 presidential election and demonstrated the emerging impact of social media on politics. These platforms enabled people to learn and share about the election and proved especially popular with voters ages 18 to 34. Today, social media has expanded its reach to audiences of all ages, with […]

A Taste of Republican Governance

A Taste of Republican Governance

March 23, 2013

Governor job approval rating vs. percent of vote won in 2012 battleground states with GOP Governors and Legislatures.

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How We Voted, Province-By-Province

March 2, 2013

Elections in modern Canadian history in which voter turnout was below 65% have all come during the past decade. Monday’s relatively dismal (and still unofficial) figure of 61.4% – the third-lowest ever – continued the trend. Source

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A Portrait of NC Unity

January 22, 2013

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Force Quebec on provincial electoral landscape

Force Quebec on provincial electoral landscape

October 9, 2012

Former PQ minister’s proposed alliance would help oust Charest’s Liberals and obliterate the ADQ. Source

How Our Laws Are Made

How Our Laws Are Made

August 3, 2012

How do American laws become laws? If School House Rock didn’t answer all your questions on this complex and often convoluted process, read on.

How Canada voted

How Canada voted

July 30, 2012

Canadians elected a historic government to office on Monday, handing the Conservatives their long-coveted majority and promoting the NDP to Official Opposition status for the first time ever. Source