Sen. Elizabeth Warren told CNN that if every vote is to count, then the archaic Electoral College system has to go.
Research finds that felon disenfranchisement laws have influenced the outcomes of both presidential and Senate elections. Such laws disenfranchised almost 6 million voters this year -- most of them poor and people of color.
Odds are pretty high that your favorite candidate, Mitt Romney, is going to lose, and the other guy will get re-elected. If I were you, I would start lowering the temperature now or risk getting on the bad side of the winner.
No one would be foolish enough to argue that the 2012 elections will be a cakewalk for either side. It will be tough, it will be dirty, it will be expensive, and it will be close. So, what is the GOP doing to tilt this relatively level playing field to its advantage?
How Should Authorities Respond To Long Lines And Chaos At The Polls? What should be done on Tuesday, 11/4, to mitigate wait-times and trouble at the polls? Your answer can center on the local, state or federal level....or at all three, if you have the gumption.
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In an exclusive interview, the two men explain at breakneck pace what they're afraid of this year and what they hope voters will do to make sure the 2008 election is fair, open, and small-d democratic.