Category: 2018 Elections
For Nancy Pelosi and her historic freshman class, the time for strategy is rapidly ending and a point of decision is coming.
The last election of 2018, redone in 2019, that some folks desperately want to mean something for 2020. Be careful with the Bellwether.
Lots and lots of hearings but almost no one is listening.
The same folks who are never satisfied no matter the outcome drive the ones with the most to lose away from their only mechanism of being heard.
Kelli Ward finally found a state wide office she could get elected to, having been sworn-in as the new GOP Chairwoman for the State of Arizona.
A look at the election past.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ end of week tradition of bringing you linked stories from around the world and across the web. This week, “For the 116th Time…” a look at the many stories of the incoming US Congress, plus remembering the music of Roy Clark.
Election Night 2018 Ended Up Being Everything It Was Hyped Up To Be; But It Also Gave Us New Trends To Keep An Eye On
Much ink has been spilt since Donald Trump’s election regarding the legitimacy of the U.S. government system, the fortitude of the rule of law, and the viability of American democracy. What do the 2018 election results tell us about those big, scary issues?
Yesterday was America’s Election Day. Several candidates are running for office. It is estimated that upwards of some, and perhaps several, people will cast their votes by the time the polls close. These votes will be cast for candidates, all of whom generally agree with one another and simply want to work together.
Are you as scared as I am?
Ordinary World: Election Day with the first voting in America, the contention of 2000, the mess of 1998, the ugliest election ever in 1876, and the most consequential election in American History in 1864.
Will History Repeat Itself This Year?
Cathy McMorris Rodgers is the highest ranking female Republican in Congress. And I thinks she is in BIG trouble.
What is a race of people made of?
Your Ordinary World links for 15 Oct 18, focusing on Prognostications, Previews, and Perspectives on Midterm Elections 2018, plus two from the Ordinary Times Archives on the 2010 and 2014 midterms.
Remember: You Can’t Make Fun of Someone Else’s Prediction Unless You Post Your Own
There’s More Than Just Control Of Congress To Keep An Eye On