Tag Archives: North Carolina

A 2024 Case For Rank Choice Voting

At first glance I’m going deep into the weeds today. After you read this, I think you will find that I’m just being practical. Perhaps a bit visonary, but practical. Tuesday Robert Kennedy, Jr. announced his Veep pick. It really doesn’t matter in that she has about as good a chance of becoming Vice President as I do and I’m not running. The reason she was picked has nothing to do with electability; it has everything to do with money and ballot access.

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The Other Bernie

Tuesday night American political nerds had one eye on Ohio and the other on everything else. With the Buckeye State’s polls closing early they didn’t have to do it far into the evening. Trump endorsed Bernie Moreno won the Republican senate primary. The story far from ends there.

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Extremely Cautiously Optimistic

There is a long way between here and Election Day, let alone any possible shenanigans afterwards, but I’m feeling extremely cautiously optimistic and I’d like to share my thoughts on that topic with you today.

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Progressive Sweeping LXVIII

I planned on waiting a few more days before I did another clean up type article, but the plethora of material proved too tempting.

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Significant Tuesday

I’m not sure how super Tuesday was but it was certainly significant and not all the action took place at the polls.

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