Joe Biden’s Dilemma

Will Joe Biden side with the surging progressive wing of his Party?  Or, will he follow the moderate course of recent Democratic nominees?  He promised to decide by early August.    How to select a VP Research shows nominees balance the ticket.  They look for a running mate that unifies the party and boosts chancesContinue reading “Joe Biden’s Dilemma”

Polling Locations: Yes, a Partisan Advantage

Several days before the special congressional election in California’s 25th Congressional District, Los Angeles County election officials decided to add an in-person voting center in Lancaster, one of the more diverse cities in the district.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are very few in-person polling sites and the election is largely a mail-in ballotContinue reading “Polling Locations: Yes, a Partisan Advantage”

Gun Sales and Voter Choice – A Potential Connection?

Coronavirus fears have emptied supermarkets.  Now, they are depleting gun stores.  Gun buyers anticipate civil unrest caused by the extended health crisis and a looming economic collapse.  Amid the uncertainty, they turn to guns.  According to FBI figures, 3.7 million background checks were conducted last month, which translated to roughly 2 million guns sold.  TheContinue reading “Gun Sales and Voter Choice – A Potential Connection?”