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MayDay PAC Candidate Fails

The MayDay PAC was unable to provide sufficient support to enable Jim Rubens to achieve electoral success. Jim Rubens lost yesterday’s Republican Party U.S. Senate primary in New Hampshire, getting only 24 percent of the Republican vote, about half of the number of votes that the victor, Scott Brown, received. [...]

In What Sense Is Brian Schatz Progressive?

There will be a great deal of chatter from Democratic political groups over the next couple of days, calling for money to support either Brian Schatz or Colleen Hanabusa. Given a close look at their records in Congress, however, it looks like neither contender is deserving of progressive grassroots support. [...]

Keep Conservatives United PAC Encourages Conservatives To Attack Each Other, And Robots

In a little bit less than two weeks, Republicans in the 6th congressional district will have the chance to vote in a runoff election to make a final choice of a candidate to represent them in the general election this November. It’s rarely easy to decide how to vote, but this year, 6th congressional district [...]

Values Are Vital PAC Uses Las Vegas Money To Push Its Agenda

Are the Republican voters of Florida’s 19th congressional district content to allow political operatives from Nevada and New Jersey to tell them which values are vital? We’ll find out when the polls close Tuesday night. [...]

Big Brother Spying Candidate Wins NJ Democratic Primary For US Senate

Cory Booker won, with 59 percent of the vote. Voters in the Democratic Party are a big part of the problem. They’re choosing power over liberty. [...]

2012 Texas Congressional Primary Election Results

Summary of the 2012 congressional primaries in Texas, and the results of these elections: [...]

4 Days Left to Americans Elect 2nd Ballot Deadline, No Candidate halfway to Qualifying, and still getting Coverage

Americans Elect Rules 2.2.2 and 3.2.2 stipulate that any draft or declared presidential candidate wishing to qualify for any of its three rounds of presidential primary voting must obtain sufficient clicks of support on its website 7 days before a round of voting occurs. The sufficient amount varies according to who you are. If you’re [...]

The 72 Post-Cancellation Tweets about Americans Elect

Since the morning of May 1, when Americans Elect was forced to cancel its first primary vote due to a very low participation rate, there have been just 72 posts on Twitter (“tweets”) using the hashtag #AmericansElect. Here’s a breakdown of the tweets by subject matter:

37 tweets: The cancellation of Americans Elect’s first primary [...]

Americans Elect Cancels its First Primary Ballot — not enough Actual People want their Candidates

Americans Elect has been going on for two years now about how the American people are crying out for centrist solutions and bridge-the-middle policies that offer a combination of Republicanism and Democratism. Americans Elect has been going on about finding the vital center in politics on national television, over national radio, and in our national [...]

Indiana Values SuperPAC Isn’t Based In Indiana

With a name like that, you’d expect the SuperPAC to based in Indiana. The offices of the Indiana Values SuperPAC are hundreds of miles away from Indiana, though. They’re at 1823 23rd Street NW, Washington D.C., in a posh townhouse just two miles from the White House. [...]

With 2 Days Left, No Americans Elect Candidate even Halfway to Qualifying

As AE Transparency notes, Americans Elect Rules 2.2.2 and 3.2.2 specify that to qualify for any of its three rounds of presidential primary voting, draft candidates and declared candidates alike must obtain enough clicks of support by seven days before the vote occurs. The first round of voting is on May 8, which means that [...]