2015 election

The six selfie commandments in the book of Jeb.
Democrat John Bel Edwards' big win in Louisiana is a big deal for the Democratic Party, giving them headwinds toward the 2016 election, despite the gloom and doom you hear from liberals. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders need to be taking notes.
A combination of factors led pollsters to miss the mark in the Kentucky governor's race. Marco Rubio, while still the underdog, is gaining significantly in the polls. And several low-polling candidates won't make it to the next Fox debate. This is HuffPollster for Friday, November 6, 2015.
When it comes to beliefs about government corruption, there are two types of people in the world. There are the cynics, a pessimistic bunch convinced that corruption is inevitable and that reform is a Sisyphean task. And then there are the rest of us.
The recall vote had become a "proxy war" between teachers unions and conservative reformers.
Jackie Biskupski is a vanguard, as the first out woman in the Utah State Assembly. Now, she is running to be the first out lesbian mayor of Salt Lake City, where she'd also be the first single mother in that role; in fact she'd only be the second woman mayor of the city!
We who came of age in the 80s were taught that the surest path to success and security was through stable corporate employment. If you started young on that 401K plan, no telling what freedom you might achieve by the time you reached 65.
A republic which remains unchecked by the people it was intended to represent is in no form a republic. Because of the people of Maine, in November, America will witness a decision handed down not by the government or special interests, but by the people.
Political experts in the Bluegrass State have hypothesized that Bevin won because his two main opponents -- Comer and businessman
The Republican candidates' four-way race has been called one of the dirtiest in the Bluegrass State's history. In recent
Emanuel has stronger support in majority-white wards, with 52 percent, which is the same level that Garcia received in majority
As the Bluegrass State's chief elections official, Grimes has recently said that she's "not going to be bullied" by Sen. Rand
Rather than playing partisan politics with the ballot box, state legislators and local elected officials should seek to improve the electoral process and access to the ballot in 2015. After all, politicians should not be choosing their voters; voters should be choosing their politicians.
The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is arriving in Myanmar's capital Nay Pyi Taw on August 9 for a three-day visit. The U.S. government should use its economic and political or even its military leverage for a smooth democratic transition and for the consolidation of democracy in Myanmar
“As we choose our next governor, now is not the time for inexperience or empty promises,” he said. “Now is the time to roll