Election Day Rule

November 8, 2022 USGOPO 0

FRQ #3, SCOTUS Comparison.   A Minnesota law prohibited voters from wearing any “political”apparel, as defined by election officials, at or around polling places on […]

National Popular Vote

November 4, 2022 USGOPO 0

A way to circumvent the Constitution? Abolishing the Electoral College would require an amendment to the Constitution. Constitutional Amendments are extremely rare and very difficulty […]

Federal Elections Commission

November 2, 2022 USGOPO 0

The agency tracks contributions and spending. What is the Federal elections Commission?  Here’s the definition from the agency’s website: In 1975, Congress created the Federal […]

Elections: Frontloading

October 31, 2022 USGOPO 0

The race to be the first state. Frontloading is a political phenomenon in American politics. Frontloading involves individual states moving their primary or caucus day […]