Category Archives: 2016 election

Recount in Wisconsin

An election recount will take place soon in Wisconsin, after former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein filed a petition Friday with the state’s Elections Commission, the first of three states where she has promised to contest the election result. … Continue reading

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Even to ask shows an ignorance beyond all understanding

I have seen some pretty disgraceful things since the election, but this must rise to the top. This is from The Economist Intelligence Unit, sent to me by an undercover agent who will remain unknown, but does have my thanks. … Continue reading

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The Liberals finally get serious

The AFR reports: Malcolm Turnbull has personally instructed the federal division of the Liberal Party to cease legal action against the Liberal Democratic Party to avoid jeopardising sensitive Senate negotiations over the government’s flagship industrial relations legislation. Overnight Monday, the … Continue reading

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Karl Rove on the US election numbers

From the WSJ: This is the fifth time in history that the winner of the Electoral College also lost the popular vote. It is the 14th time that the winner didn’t receive 50% of ballots. So far Mr. Trump has … Continue reading

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Trump Wins II

Update:

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Trump Wins

Update: via CL

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US Election 2016

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US Election Day 2016

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US Election Eve 2016

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US Election Predictions

Make your predictions here. Just winner or if you’re feeling braver a prediction on the electoral college count. Also don’t forget the entire House is up for re-election and a third of the Senate.

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