The 2014 general election is Tuesday November 4th. Being an even year, a number of candidates are either trying to get elected or going for reelection in the U.S. House and Senate and we’re voting for governor as well, but do you know what the bond issues ask?
Today is Primary Election Day! Along with voting on party candidates, there are also referendums and school budgets to vote on. Click here for your polling station.
It seems every election candidate and there supporters pound signs into the ground...
If there's any doubt how strong the GOP's hold on Alabama is, consider this -- a Republican nominee beat out the Democratic incumbent for a seat on the Bibb County Commission last week despite the fact that he died a month earlier. Congratulations, Alabama, on taking partisanship to a whole new level.
Hey, did you hear there was an election yesterday? It was kind of a big deal, you know, presidents and what not. With Obama being reelected, people were pretty quick to start poking fun of the losers, as well as the ultra-conservatives who said they'd be moving abroad. Oh, and gay marriage and the legalization of marijuana passed in several states. Of course, memes are a great way to do this. Here
You might not know it from watching TV, but Americans also went to the polls on Tuesday to cast their votes on a myriad of issues not involving a certain residence on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington. And some of those issues were a bit strange.
The 2012 presidential election concluded on Nov. 6, and after clinching 303 electoral votes, President Barack Obama will return to the Oval Office for his second term. After one of the most heated battles in campaign history, President Obama delivered his victory speech in Chicago, Ill., saying, "Tonight you voted for action, not politics as usual ... I am looking forward to reaching out and
The elections are over! After a decisive victory in the race to succeed retiring Sen. Olympia Snowe, independent Sen.-elect Angus King will be headed to Washington for the next session. Mainers also made history by legalizing gay marriage, something that had never happened by a popular vote. Maine voted to support President Obama and he has won the Presidential election for four more years in Wash
Following a win in the state of Ohio, Barack Obama is being projected as the winner of the 2012 presidential race. To celebrate, Obama tweeted the above photo of himself embracing Michelle with the words, "Four more years."
Today America settles the long battle for the White House between current President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. The national polls are very tight, whereas state-by-state polling seems to suggest another four years for Obama.