Raphael Warnock is now the first black Democratic senator representing the former Confederate state of Georgia.. He also became the 11th African American to serve the US Senate.
It’s safe to say that 2020 has been an unstable year in the social and political fronts, and this is most easily seen in the handling of various protests throughout the year.
Georgia held two senate runoff elections on Jan. 5 following the regularly scheduled election that was held Nov. 3, 2020. The race between Raphael Warnock (D) and Kelly Loeffer (R) was a special runoff election that followed the retirement of Sen. Johnny Isakson (R). Isakson retired on Dec. 31, 2019 […]
On Wed. Jan. 6, the nation witnessed an unprecedented breach in the democratic system. For the first time in American history, supporters of the losing presidential candidate forcibly disrupted the official counting of electoral votes. The last time a successful coup in the united states took place was the 1898 […]
Keeping track of time and making sure you have enough of it to get all your work done is a tricky thing. You can easily forget an assignment and suddenly not have enough time to complete it when you do remember it again. Time management even got me when I was writing this.
An estimated 57.3% of all Texas registered voters have cast a ballot so far, – but some might be wondering if they can change that vote, according to Google Trends.
The first and only vice-president debate kicked off on Oct. 7 between perspective Vice President Kamala Harris and current Vice President Mike Pence and was moderated by Susan Page. The debate was broken down into eight topics: COVID, President Trump, Economics, Climate Change, International Relations, BLM, Roe v Wade, and […]
For all voting taking place within Tarrant County, the ballot will consist of the listed candidates. Each candidates name is linked with more resources about the candidate themselves and the position they are running for.
Early voting in Tarrant County began on Tuesday, October 13th, pulling in record numbers for registered votes. Within the first 2 days, a total of 7% out of all registered voters in the area submitted ballots. Votes would continue to pour in to the polls over the next six days, as from October 13-19, an estimated 23% of all registered voters in the county submitted their ballots.