As this crazy year comes closer and closer to ending, some might be breathing sighs of relief and some, like me, might be savoring every last minute.
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Is everyone all calmed down after seeing Donald Trump rise to the presidency? Good, because now I'm going to explain why blaming third party voters for his victory is totally wrong.
As soon as Donald Trump was projected to win the presidency on election night, I immediately began seeing a flurry of tweets and Facebook posts predicting that Trump will lose to Kanye West in 2020.
Now that the election is a week old, it's time to focus on the peaceful transition of power that follows.
Well, it happened, folks: The 45th president of the United States will be Donald J. Trump.
With less than a week left until election day there's still a chance for last-minute voters to send in absentee ballots.
Ok, before I get started, I want you to watch this clip and hold on to your immediate reaction.
No matter how dissatisfied we are with this presidential election, we can't forget that there's more at stake than just the White House.
No matter how good a college education sounds when describing a potential voter, that degree doesn't do anything more at the polls than a high school diploma does for someone in the workforce.
Last night, the Vice Presidential debate took place at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine squared off in a heated battle over policy and defense of their candidates.
This presidential election is starting to look a little familiar. Perhaps we've seen a competition like this before a bit closer to home.
The First Amendment states five unalienable rights every American has: freedom of speech, press, assembly, religion and of course, petition, otherwise known as protest.
In this election cycle, many voters, especially first time voters like college students, are having a tough time deciding who to vote for.
Last night MSNBC hosted its first ever "Commander in Chief Forum," moderated by the Today Show’s Matt Lauer.
Congratulations Sen. John McCain, you survived the primary battle against an unexpected challenger, but the worst is yet to come.
The Republican Party is changing and the youth are the cause. Anyone outside the millennial generation will be left behind, and their future as “Republicans” will be unknown.
On Tuesday, Republican front-runner Donald Trump claimed the Republican National Committee was “stacked against me” and was conspiring to deny him the nomination.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been dubbed the "Toughest Sheriff in America" mainly because of the iron fist he runs his prisons with and the conception that he hunts down immigrants just because he doesn't like them.
The summer is slowly creeping up on us, and I’m sure there are several of you who are starting to panic and wonder how you’ll spend that time.
Last night, Arizona was plagued with long lines at polling stations all because 70 percent of polling stations from previous elections were eliminated.