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New York: Giving Power to the People

By Fahad Naeem “It’s not the hand that signs the laws that holds the destiny of America. It’s the hand that casts the ballot.” The power given to voters to choose who gets elected to office is a vast and … Continue reading

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NRS 304

A way to quickly replace Congressmen in the event of a terrorist attack or give Democrats a Nevada Republican stronghold? by Kaitan Gupta In the world of battleground elections, Nevada’s 2nd Congressional District never received much attention nor should it … Continue reading

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Hawaii Five-O: A $5,000 Budget has Hawaii Rethinking the Special Election

On January 4th U.S. Congressman for Hawaii Neil Abercrombie announced he will resign on February 28th to focus on his run for Governor in November. When a special election is required to fill a U.S. representative’s seat, it may not … Continue reading

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