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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New Jersey 2016 Throw Down: Clinton vs Christie

In a recent poll, published by the Eagleton Institute of Politics, not so surprising results were released that in a hypothetical election, Hillary Clinton would beat New Jersey Governor Chris Christie by double digits. This mirrors similar results that were released in a Quinnipiac University poll in October. I’m not saying that this means that Chris Christie […]

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Jim Webb 2016

Jim Webb to Examine a 2016 Run I was just saying that there wasn’t much news for democrats running for the 2016 election, then Jim Webb stepped up to the plate. On November 19th, Jim Webb published his new campaign website Webb2016.com and commented in a video that: “I have decided to launch an exploratory […]

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GOP Midterm Election is Shaping the 2016 Race

There was never a question of whether or not the 2014 midterm elections would affect the 2016 Presidential Election; however, it was all over the headlines today. An article from StarTribune had the headline: GOP’s midterm election rout helping shape 2016 presidential contest; Huffington Post released an article today entitled: Here’s How The GOP’s Midterm Victories Are […]

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SMH. Donald Trump 2016?

Say it ain’t so! Donald Trump 2016? Surely not…right? It appears as if Donald Trump is considering throwing his hat in the ring for the 2016 election for the President of the United States. Not that I believe that he will gain traction or any major support, but I–personally– am tired of seeing unqualified people […]

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Democratic and Republican Candidates for 2016 Presidential Election

Candidates for 2016 While it is a long time before the official list of candidates for the 2016 Presidential Election will be released, there are those that are beginning to speculate. The follow list, from 2016 Election Central, provides some of the names to look for in the following months as the election gets closer. […]

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