Saturday, November 10, 2012

Elections 2012

  • What 2012 Tells Us About Future Elections

    This campaign marked a turning point in American politics as usual. Changing demographics in the United States have been a subject of conversation for more than a decade.

  • Election 2012 winners and losers: From Big Bird to Big Soda to Big Coal

    Well, the election's over, and although some places -- we're looking at you, Florida -- are still trying to confirm who won, another storied chapter of American political drama has now passed into the history books.

  • Election 2012 and the Future of American Democracy

    Ten years ago, I authored an unconventional analysis about the future of American democracy. I was concerned about the civic health of the United States; and I posed a rhetorical question -- "Is America Dying?

  • Arizona Elections 2012: Races Still Hang In The Balance

    Three days after the election, the outcome of several races remained a mystery in Arizona as officials struggle to count a record number of early and provisional ballots, many of them cast by voters who believed they had registered but whose names were ...

  • ELECTION 2012: WYANDOTTE: City clerk says elections have become too ...

    ELECTION 2012: WYANDOTTE: City clerk says elections have become too complicated. Published: Saturday, November 10, 2012. By Jim Kasuba Twitter: @JKasuba.

  • Election 2012: Religion and the Results

    BOB ABERNETHY, host: Like many others in the nation, faith groups are assessing the impact of this week's election. According to exit polls, President Obama won a slight majority of Catholic voters overall, thanks largely to strong support from Latino ...

  • Presidential Election 2012: Florida as embarrassing afterthought

    Forty-nine out of fifty states have officially weighed in on the 2012 American presidential race, with President Obama having won 303 electoral votes so far, and a second term as our nation's 44th president. And then there's Florida. Currently ...

  • Election 2012 makes Florida a punchline yet again

    Florida became the punch line on many late-night talk shows for being so tardy in reporting the results of the 2012 presidential election. Here's a collection of some of the barbs thrown at the Sunshine State since Election Day: Map Maps; Tallahassee ...

  • Face of US changing; elections to look different

    The 2012 elections drove home trends that have been embedded in the fine print of birth and death rates, immigration statistics and census charts for years.

  • Romney lies, shrinking base burst GOP bubble after 2012 elections

    What we learned in the 2012 elections is that there are not enough white male voters left in America to give the Republican Party victory in a national election. So the GOP must become more liberal and inclusive, or expand their voter suppression ...

  • Election 2012/West: Mock elections give students a role in democratic process

    Election 2012/West: Mock elections give students a role in democratic process. November 8, 2012 7:14 am. Eighth-grader Martell Herriot puts his vote into the ballot box.

  • ELECTION 2012: The Under-the-Radar State, County, and City Races That ...

    Written by Jessica Luther for RH Reality Check . This diary is cross-posted; commenters wishing to engage directly with the author should do so at the original post.

  • Washington State election results 2012: Friday provides big vote update

    The 2012 Washington State election results were updated Friday morning (November 9) to reflect around 70,000 more votes being counted.

  • Disappointed Republicans display woeful ignorance of Australia, Canada

    election 2012 · Republican Party · Barack Obama. Advertisement. Just as Mitt Romney erred in stating that Iran required Syria to access the ocean despite its strategic location on the Persian Gulf in the third presidential debate, disappointed ...

  • 2012 election spending topped $6 billion

    This is the first of two posts about the actual dollars in this election (the second will deal with foreign contributions, which foreigners freely admit to).

  • Senate Elections 2012: Democrats Fight To Prevent Republicans From Retaking ...

    The Senate elections in 2012 could result in a shift in party control in the upper congressional chamber. Democrats are looking to prevail over Republicans in enough races to stop the GOP from gaining the majority.

  • ELECTION 2012: The Long Campaign: Could elections work better? And other ...

    ELECTION 2012: The Long Campaign: Could elections work better? And other questions. Published: Friday, November 09, 2012, 2:00 AM Updated: Friday, November 09, 2012, 2:00 AM.

  • Elections 2012: Look at the Numbers and Indian Country Outperformed

    Indian country is the smallest demographic slice of what is America. Yet when the history of the 2012 election is written, it must be said, that Indian country outperformed.

  • Home > elections 2012 > Elections Are Finally Over — What's Next For the ... reporter Erin Heger talked with Burdett Loomis, a political science professor at the University of Kansas, about the outcome of the statewide elections, young voter turnout and what issues are likely to come up in the next ...

  • Alabama Election 2012: State GOP Plans Election Night Party At Gun Range

    A party announcement says the shooting ranges will be available for two hours during the election event. There will also be a band and an appearance by Miss Alabama.

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