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"If Oprah showed up at my house and asked me to do anything, you better believe I'm doing it," the host of "The Daily Show" said.
The Last Weekend aims to mobilize an army of volunteers in the days before Nov. 6.
The hip hop mogul will perform at a get-out-the-vote concert in Cleveland.
You know who I'm not voting for? Those people who are throwing up their hands and discarding their precious vote. They won't vote because they don't like the candidates, they think the system is rigged, they have no idea how foolish and, yes, selfish, they are with this move.
The most common reason that people said they would continue to support Donald Trump, in spite of the warnings issued by Christian leaders like Philip Yancey and Max Lucado, was because ostensibly, Trump is anti-abortion.
As the 2016 presidential election enters its final phase, Hillary Clinton has a slight lead over Donald Trump. While it's still possible for Trump to win, this is unlikely to happen because of four traps he has set for himself.
If you're watching the Olympic games, you may have noticed "Hillary for President" ads. She's bought $13.6 million worth, while Donald Trump has bought none. In fact, since garnering the Republican nomination, he's spent $0 on TV.
Truth is I've been a one-issue voter for most of my voting life. I didn't often want to admit it because I know some would say being so is unethical. If you put all your caring eggs into only one basket, the other caring baskets go empty.
Has Paul Ryan become so disaffected with Donald Trump that he quietly changed political parties, when no one was looking? We know the Washington Post just made a typo, but still, it's fun to think about, right?
In a Clinton-Trump contest, there is a path that leads to Clinton's victory. Clinton can neutralize Trump's divisive message by campaigning as a uniter.
Will America be great again if Trump insults every leader he meets? According to Socialspinwheel.com, in 1970 the Justice
It's no surprise that the Koch Brothers, notoriously right-wing billionaires, are using their fortunes to promote radical, conservative priorities to millennials through their organization, Generation Opportunity. However, it's clear that they'll face an uphill battle.
When I was a kid I thought that one day someone will come and save the world. Today as an adult I understand that the responsibility for making the world a better place is mine and yours. It's time to wake up and be the change and for this change to happen, we have to get out there and vote.
Facebook is in a peculiar and unenviable position -- no matter what its intentions are, even minor decisions will have political impacts.
During a presidential year with substantially higher turnout, Hagan more than likely would have been re-elected. When she won her first Senate term in 2008, Hagan outperformed Barack Obama in North Carolina by over 100,000 ballots, leading the statewide ticket with 2.25 million votes.
"If the electorate was like 2010, Jeanne Shaheen would have lost," Canter said. WASHINGTON -- Don't laugh. Don't snarf your
Everyone is impacted by politics one way or another, though the extent to which might vary depending on your age, gender or net worth.