All posts tagged: presidential election

A voting guide for the undecided

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The opportunity to vote for president should not be taken lightly, as I discussed in my last post. Yet, it’s not always an easy process, particularly if you are young or consider yourself a “moderate.” Every day you encounter new bits of information that change the way you think about things, and it seems that both sides are right and wrong. To help clear up the fog of campaign season, here are a few tips […]

The GOP presidential field, post-Daniels

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First, an excerpt from my last prediction on this zany 2012 election season, over a year ago: The big players: Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Mitch Daniels,¬†Newt Gingrich and possibly Tim Pawlenty and Bobby Jindal. Huckabee and Palin will be active, but few people take them seriously as presidential material. Much of the election will hinge on the VPs. A likable and informed Republican Vice Presidential candidate up against Biden is going to win the GOP […]