“This is not just going on in blue states,” England said of the movement to bypass the electoral college. “This is a serious threat wherever you live. Red state, purple state, there are people there lobbying to hijack the Electoral College.”
President Donald Trump’s campaign manager said the president raked in millions of dollars on Thursday, the day House Democrats voted to support an impeachment inquiry.
Amid a firestorm of criticism over a comment that he would not seek to repeal S.55, Republican gubernatorial candidate John Klar is reassuring voters that there will be no new gun-control laws in Vermont if he is elected in 2020.
The first Republican has entered the 2020 Vermont gubernatorial race, and the newcomer candidate is perhaps best known for his frequent commentaries on conservative websites.
What began as an administrative review of the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation is reportedly now a full-blown criminal probe. Reports indicate former CIA Director John Brennan and former national intelligence director James Clapper are among those being questioned.
Progressives are floating yet another election reform: It’s called ranked-choice voting. This idea is so bad, even some dyed-in-the-wool liberals reject it.
While SB 3 has raised the bar to prove residency, Buckley notes it has also sought to prevent voting by those in New Hampshire for temporary purposes.
The Vermont Legislature approved AVR in 2016 with just a single “no” vote. It automatically registers to vote any driver’s license (both first time or renewal) applicant of age, unless the applicant consciously chooses to “opt out.”
The group behind the national popular vote effort says a recent federal appeals court ruling doesn’t affect the compact that’s been made law in several states.
The Electoral College, the New York Democrat said on Instagram last week, is a “scam” that “effectively weighs white voters over voters of color.” Then she doubled down, tweeting that the Electoral College is nothing more than “affirmative action” for rural voters.
Democratic presidential candidates got into heated exchanges about free stuff, racial issues and immigration throughout the first night of the second round of debates.