Tag Archive: elections

Your (Continuously Growing) Presidential Candidate Cheat Sheet

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As the field of 2016 presidential candidates grows, it might become difficult for you to keep track. Well, we have you covered! Here is your cheat sheet for all the presidential hopefuls who… Continue reading

Pop Politics: What should you watch? — Political Women

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March is Women’s History Month, so why not start out with a few binge-worthy Netflix shows on female representation in politics. Of the 1,963 people who have served in the Senate, only 46… Continue reading

The 2014 Midterms: What to Expect Tonight

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This is a guest post by Sam Sero, an LA-based Daily Kos blogger, comedian and artist. — Ed. First off, I’d like to thank the founders of Unfettered Equality for inviting me to… Continue reading

Midterm Election 2014: Angie’s Predictions for Major Senate and Gubernatorial Races

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Today is Midterm Election Day and as millions of people in states all over the country head to the polls to cast their votes for Senate, House of Representatives, and Governor, along with… Continue reading

What the Television We Watch Can Tell Us About Our Politics: West Wing versus House of Cards

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In 1999, NBC premiered Aaron Sorkin’s new series The West Wing, a television show that follows the life of fictional President Josiah Bartlet and his staff. It was two years before 9/11, and… Continue reading