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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Martin O’Malley: Underdog of the 2016 Election

Compared to the long and complicated line-up of Republican presidential hopefuls, the Democrat side is relatively unpopulated. Hillary Clinton is still the most-favored Democratic candidate, scoring an average of 49.3% in the polls. First runner-up is Bernie Sanders, behind by 25.5% at 23.8%. Second runner-up, and still doggedly in the running, is Martin O’Malley at 2.3%. Martin O’Malley, […]

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Why The Establishment GOP Does Not Want Donald Trump

At the start of the presidential race, the establishment GOP looked indulgently upon Donald Trump’s consideration of candidacy. Who could take him seriously? The real estate and media mogul had suggested pursuing the presidency too often before. In a few weeks, days even, the joke would end and the presidential race could properly continue. The […]

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POTUS 2016 and the Power of Social Media: Is Social Media the Campaign Platform of the Future?

Hillary Clinton’s stand on immigration, Jeb Bush’s opinion on foreign policy, Donald Trump’s plans for the economy–all of these comprise the discussions on policy issues being bandied about by news networks. However, with the decreasing viewership of traditional media, and the increasing use of social media, the general reach and connection of a presidential hopeful […]

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