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Vote FOR K on Election Day

Sure, it sounds cheesy: “Vote for K on Election Day!” But Question K is no joke. Neither was the turnout for the 2011 mayoral election: only 23% of registered voters showed up at the polls….


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Election Watch: 10/8

  October means only one month remains until Election Day. It also means the start of debate season: candidates’ last chance to appeal directly to the public. Another key about this month is that generally,…



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Election Watch: 9/24

With less than 7 weeks to go to Election Day, polls results begin to look more final. If Obama is ahead by this margin at this point in the race, Romney’s chance of winning is…


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Election Watch: 9/8

The Republican and Democratic National Conventions are a party’s 3-day opportunity to make their case to the American public. With these now wrapped up and in the books, there does not seem to be much…


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Who Voted Against Equal Marriage in MD?

The Civil Marriage Protection Act was ratified in February 2012, finally legalizing gay marriage in Maryland after a long political battle. The final vote was 72-67 in favor, which begs the question, which delegates voted…


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Election Watch: 8/25

The past week has seen two major political events: the selection of Paul Ryan as Romney’s running mate, and Rep. Todd Akin’s commentary concerning how women’s bodies work. While the first event has appeared to…


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Election Watch: 8/15

After a relatively slow polling week and primaries in four states, we have updated our predictions using the latest poll data. These are also the first polls since Paul Ryan was announced as Romney’s running…


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Election Watch: 8/5

We have another update to our election predictions from earlier this month, using the latest poll data. As we draw nearer to Election Day, things are certainly beginning to get exciting. SENATE: Democratic Party –…


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Election Watch: 7/28

We have updated our election predictions from earlier this month, using the latest poll data. SENATE: Democratic Party – 49 Republican Party – 49 Independents – 2 (ME, VT) HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Democratic Party –…