You may have heard that Ohio is delaying its primary. It is not — yet. At the eleventh hour, a judge has blocked the governor’s petition to reschedule in-person primary voting. Not long after, the state health department ordered all polling places closed and the governor ordered that no results be posted until June 2 so an alternative could be generated.
This proposal wasn’t made from whim, but rather according to CDC guidance and with the concurrence of both state Republican and Democratic parties. Regardless, the (more…)
Tomorrow, the 53,000-odd residents of the Northern Marianas will hold their Democratic Caucuses. Curiously, this territory, which is strongly Republican and has no sway in the November elections, will award 6 at-large delegates and another 5 superdelegates.
Nobody’s running here; nobody’s done any serious polling. Bloomberg had operatives (more…)
Today is Election Day again, the “Tuesday next after the first Monday in the month of November”. Time to make your voices heard, my friends.
It’s an off year; in many states there’s not much to vote on. In fact, according to BallotPedia, today there’s fewer statewide ballot measures offered than in any year since 1947. There are two states with (more…)
As of this writing, it’s about twenty-four hours before the Iowa Caucuses begin. This year there’s a good chance that we’ll know the results by the end of the night thanks to Microsoft. (Watch the video; it’s awesome.)
Just before the caucuses, the New York Times decided to endorse John Kasich, the solidly conservative governor of Ohio. And… well, let’s face it: The man’s got zero chance in Iowa. So who cares?