State election officials said a record-breaking number of Arizona voters cast ballots in the August 28, 2018 primary. More than 1.2 million people voted.
Source: AZ blue? Not quite, but Dems add more voters than Republicans for General Election
I say potentially, because only 46 percent chose to cast ballots in the 2016 presidential election — an increase of a mere 1.1 percent over 2012. While the younger generation votes Democratic by a 2-1 margin, of the 27 percent that make up the voting-eligible population, a hefty one-third pulled the lever … […]
The sight of conservative Republicans cheering President Trump as a great success in his first year in office tells us much about the state of conservatism and the future of the GOP. There are two components to the reverential treatment of Trump: first, praise for allegedly conservative wins, and second, … Source: What […]
Fake news made its rounds through cycles after the 2016 election, where identified websites, writers, and platforms such as Facebook took the blame … Source: Conservatives Use “Fake News‘ on Mainstream Media That Goes Against Their Agenda