US Elections

The 2016 United States elections were held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. During this presidential election year, a President of the United States and Vice President were elected. In addition, all 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives and 34 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate were be contested. 13 state and territorial governorships and numerous other state and local elections will also be contested. More...


Meet the ‘Deplorables’: 13 despicable characters in Trump’s very crowded basket 

Five Presidents are not supporting Trump.

Two Republicans and three Democrats. All five living US Presidents, who are members of both major US parties are warning Americans not to vote for Trump.

There are only a few more days folks. This has been the most toxic US Camp Pain in modern history, where one unqualified candidate has managed to insult hundreds of individuals, groups, and organizations, including his own political party. What if we were to wake up on November 9th to a risky, out of control president, or another recount?

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Digital Democracy

The practice of a digital system of democracy would not only allow registered voters to opine on which issues they want candidates to discuss, but also tell politicians where to focus their time and energy.

Which topic would the majority of US voters like to see the Congress dealing with? Does it matter to you, your family and friends?

Whether you know who you’re voting for, are yet to decide or have a specific subject candidates should be addressing. Everyone's contributions would help shape the future of this great nation.