As election season draws ever closer, many voters face the dilemma of balancing being informed citizens with everyday responsibilities that impede their ability to participate
Many of us are poised watching the polling results and biting our nails about the upcoming midterm elections when all 435 seats in the House
January 6, 2021, will forever be marked in history as the date of the Capital riot. Now that we’re a year out, what does this
While it may be a while before we learn the final results of Election Day 2020, there is still much that gleaned from the returns
With the first presidential debate rapidly approaching, many questions are zipping through voters’ minds. What is the most important topic for them this election? How
As election season progresses, we spoke with Joshua Gunn, author of Political Perversion: Rhetorical Aberration in the Time of Trumpeteering. Below, he discusses political rhetoric,
With fears of COVID-19 keeping some away from in-person polling areas, is it time for all elections to be held by mail? Would this increase
We know that many of you will be turning your attention to the Iowa Caucus on February 3rd as the 2020 Presidental Primaries get underway.