This election cycle has been anything but conventional. Long time political strategists have been confounded with seismic voting shifts changing the very landscape of traditional patterns. There are several factors causing such a shift. For one, a new and less institutionalized group of young millennials will participate in the process for the first time. This block of voters are less beholden to the two party system … Continue reading Could a Third Party Candidate Block the Path to 270?
Growing up in South Carolina in the 1990’s, I vividly remember sitting around dinner tables, in grocery stores, in church buildings, and at sports fields, listening intently as our parents’ generation chatted about the American political landscape. As I listened, there was one common theme I found present in those conversations that eludes me in conversations with my peers now in 2016…a presumed conservative political … Continue reading Living as a Political Minority