Mark Dice Video-Recap of Mid Term Elections
In this video, Luke and Jason of WeAreChange break down election day in this country. Is this mid-term election the most important ever, or is this just more media hype?
Can anyone point out the major substantive areas of debate and difference between Republicans and Democrats as America (or at least part of it) goes to the voting booth? Do they disagree on the Fed? Spying? Civil liberties? War? What really is at sta
Arizona saw a higher-than-average turnout in Tuesday's midterm elections and a lot of enthusiasm from young voters, who formed a massive line at Arizona State University's polling place.
For Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally, Tuesday night was supposed to mark the end of a hard-fought battle that tested vastly different visions for the nation.
In 2018, five statewide ballot measures were certified to appear on the Arizona ballot in 2018.
(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump got a warning sign on Tuesday from the Midwestern and Rust Belt states that handed him the presidency, as voters delivered big victories to Democrats and offered a road map for the crowd of candidates lining up t
Voted early in very red Nye County, Nevada on Thursday, November first. Republicans so dominant here that some run unopposed for local offices, some draw challengers only from the (more conservative) Independent American Party.
Voters go to the polls in president's first major electoral test after bitter campaigning on both sides
You aren't an abhorrent citizen failing to perform your civic duty if you abstain from voting.
With the seemingly interminable campaigning for the midterms, which began shortly after President Trump's inauguration, finally behind us, investors are watching with baited breath as Americans head to the polls for a midterm vote that's expected to
Republican Rep. Martha McSally barnstormed rural Arizona on Monday while Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema dashed around its urban core in Phoenix as the congresswomen tried to drum up every last vote in the final day of their neck-and-neck U.S. Senate
Broken voting machines, 'mosh pit' polling places, faulty software and ballots locked inside a foreclosed strip mall: Huge turnout is hit by problems across the country
With the hours ticking down before polls open on Election Day, the rivals for Texas' coveted U.S. Senate seat made a final pitch to supporters, the fates of Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Beto O'Rourke resting on the state's shifting demographics and politic
Since Nov. 9, 2016, it seems, every political poll has called for Democrats to exact their desperately needed revenge on President Trump and his Republican 'Party of Trump' during the 2018 midterms.
I never cease to be amazed at the insouciance of Americans. Readers send me emails asking why I ever supported Trump when he was the Establishment's candidate. If Trump was the Establishment's candidate, why has the Establishment spent two years
It seems a bit out of Alice in Wonderland. But if you support the goals of those who put Proposition 305 on the ballot -- opposition to expansion of vouchers -- you have to vote "no" in November.
T'was the night before voting when all through the land, Collectivists were clamoring to take command.
The US midterm elections are tomorrow, and with large implications for US policy and markets, the stakes are high.
Banning ballot selfies to stop voter fraud is like "burning down the house to roast the pig" said the First Circuit Court of Appeals. But many states still do it.
Mark Dice Video-Liberals try and make it happen!
Monday, November 5, 2018: RSBN's Liz Willis and James Willis will be on hand as President Donald J. Trump holds a campaign style rally at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau, MO. President Trump is expected to speak at 10:00 PM ET
Perhaps there are more meaningful ways to spend your time.
I haven't been writing about the US midterms much, because I don't care about that nonsense anymore.
As voters prepare to head to the polls and the number of Americans casting early ballots surges, election analysts will likely focus on one question: Will the Democratic "blue wave" be powerful enough to reverse the early leads wracked up by Republic
US equity markets ramped into the green (even Nadaq recovered from its AAPL-beating) as the final Rasmussen Reports Generic Congressional Ballot before Election Day shows Republicans edging ahead by one point...
Democrats in swing states like Florida, where polls suggest their parties' candidates for state-wide and US Congress have a slight edge, are, we imagine, already bracing to call for recounts as the first in what we imagine will be a rash of election-
French President Emmanuel Macron's already abysmal approval ratings, which has fallen precipitously this year following an exodus of cabinet officials.
Keep up to date on President Trump's accomplishments-excellent timeline/searchable. Pres. Trump has kept his promises to the American people. I urge all Americans to support him and those who will help him continue to bless America!-Christine Smith
Voters across the country have been crowding into polling places and mailing in ballots in numbers rarely seen in an off-year election.