Biden Should Be Removed from the Ballot

A minor hullabaloo has been made about the fact that Biden might be removed from the Ohio ballot this year. In case you missed it: the Democratic Party scheduled their convention too late to meet a procedural deadline, and thus Biden may


Campaigning at Swarthmore

As a former member of both the Student Budgeting Committee (SBC) and the Student Government Organization (SGO), I’ve now run three campaigns for office here at Swarthmore. I have tabled each and every time. The very first time I campaigned, one of

Nationalists Surge in Elections Across Europe

It used to be that a particular section of southern Portugal was dominated by the Communist Party. In elections, that region would be won by the communists, while the rest of the country elected socialists and conservatives. That era is now over.

Third Parties Can and Do Win

“Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.” — President John Quincy Adams It is often said that a third-party vote is a wasted vote. This is wrong


The Waiting Game

60 electoral votes. As of now, on Thursday afternoon, all but 60 electoral votes have been determined in the 2020 Presidential Election. The Guardian’s tally has Biden at 264, just 6 votes shy of securing the presidency, and Trump at 214, a

Please Vote

In America, we disagree about many, many things these days. We disagree about how to address racial justice, about whether climate change exists, about whether or not to wear masks. We even disagree about whether or not a hot dog is a

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