Georgia

Blue Wave 2.0 – The Sequel

In nature, waves are not solitary events. Another wave usually follows. The same is often true for politics. In 2014, the Republican party saw a wave of victories, spurred on by voter apathy and low turnout, resulting in broad based…

Early voting showed good news for Hillary Clinton in 2016 – Don’t get complacent

For Democrats, promising stories of increased early voting turnout for the 2018 midterm election have been coming out of several states over the last couple days. In Florida: Sun Sentinel: South Florida sees big jumps in early voting In a…

Nearly a million people could gain access to healthcare if Democrats who support Medicaid expansion could be elected in just 4 states

A key pillar to the Affordable Care Act was the expansion of Medicaid to cover people with income of up to 138% of the Federal Poverty Level. 94% of this expansion of Medicaid is currently funded by the Federal Government…