Are you well enough informed to make the right decision come 2016?

So often we, as voters, get swept up in political blunders, leaked stories, and dirty politics that we overlook the most important aspect of politician: their views on policy. Don't let a news headline or Facebook hoax keep you from making an informed decision when you vote in the 2016 Election of the President of the United States of America.

Check out the Parties Below to See Who You Support!

Third Party and Independent

Democratic Party

The contemporary Left in the United States is usually understood as a category including New Deal liberals, Rawlsian liberals, social democrats and civil libertarians, and is generally identified with the Democratic Party. In general, left-wing implies a commitment to egalitarianism, support for social policies that favor the working class, and multiculturalism. The contemporary Left usually defines itself as promoting government regulation of business, commerce and industry; protection of fundamental rights such as freedom of speech and freedom of religion; and government intervention on behalf of racial, ethnic, and sexual minorities and the working class.

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Third Party and Independent

Third Party and Independent

Whether a write-in, an independent runner, or a member of a smaller party, there are always those representing grassroots movements and smaller parties, trying to make America a better country outside of the Democratic and Republican parties.

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Republican Party

Republican Party

The contemporary Right in the United States is usually understood as a category including social conservatives, Christian conservatives and free market liberals, and is generally identified with the Republican Party. In general, right-wing implies a commitment to conservative Christian values, support for a free-market system, and traditional family values. The contemporary Right usually defines itself as promoting deregulation of banking, commerce, and industry.

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270 Win: How Are The Swing States Swinging?

Given the new developments (Biden’s drop out, the Paris terror attacks), how are the swing states swinging? Trump is still on a poll high, Cruz is rising, and Bernie Sanders is building support, although still trailing behind Hillary Clinton. Who will catch the 270 win from the swing states? The Swing States Colorado—9 Electoral Votes/270 […]

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Response to the Paris Terror Attacks

Up until November 15, foreign policy was more of an addendum to the presidential hopefuls’ policy platforms. Besides the question of immigration, the presidential candidates were sticking close to home and the economy. Then, on Saturday night, 6 simultaneous terrorist attacks exploded in Paris They killed at least 129 and injured hundreds of others. The […]

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The Democratic Presidential Candidates And The Independent Vote

According to a Gallup Poll, 43% of voters are registered as political independents, compared to 26% registered as Republicans and 30% registered as Democrats: a record high. This may seem like a strong possible win for the Democrats, who catch many political independents especially in swing states. However, that same poll shows that just 15% […]

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Foreign Policy Election 2016

According to a Gallup poll in May this year, 61% of the respondents described named “foreign affairs” as an extremely or very important issue that could influence their vote come the 2016 elections. This was well below the frontrunner issue, “the economy,” and still lower than other issues such as terrorism and healthcare. Since then, […]

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Who Are The Presidential Candidates For 2016?

The number of candidates for the 2016 presidential elections can become quite confusing. There are those who are actually running, those who are gathering support, others who have dropped out, and others still whom voters want to see run, but are not, as of the moment. Also, since the polls tend to list only the […]

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Immigration Election 2016: The Whole Picture

Ever since Donald Trump joined the presidential race, his controversial comments on illegal immigrants, Hispanic immigrants in particular, have drawn heavy attention. He has made the issue of immigration an election 2016 must. While he is considered controversial in his own right, some say that he might, in effect, be pulling the Republican name down […]

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