Electoral Reform- Part 5- Why Tuesday?
The answer to this question may surprise many. A 1792 law required that the electors chosen meet on the first Wednesday in December to decide the winner of the presidency. Elections themselves had to be held within 34 days of that Wednesday, although the actual day of the vote was left to the individual states. Being an agrarian society, voters had to travel to the | Read More »
Electoral Reform -Part 4: Expansion and Suppression
The best way to increase voter participation is to insure the integrity of the voting process. This is a concept that people on both the Left and the Right should agree upon. But, that is not the case and nowhere is liberal hypocrisy, internal inconsistency in their arguments, and just plain hubris more on display by the Left. It is true that cases of voter | Read More »