Wisconsin Primary: Brokered Convention on the Horizon?

Last night’s Wisconsin primary was important to both Republican and Democratic candidates for similar reasons. Cruz desperately needed a resounding win to slow the momentum of Trump. Similarly, Sanders needed a win to show that Clinton should not be thought of as the presumptive Democratic nominee. Wisconsin showed that both Cruz and Sanders are still formidable opposition to the front-runners. …

Blockchain Voting in Utah? Pics or it Didn’t Happen

Both parties headed West on Tuesday with the Republican party using blockchain voting in Utah. This was one of the first times that online voting has been allowed via a state party. With around 59,000 people, CryptoCoinNews reported that Utah Republicans signed up in numbers. It would indeed seem like a momentous day for any and all advocates that wish for a more transparent and …

Clinton and Trump Continue to Pull Away in 2016 Race for the White House

Five important states were up for grabs last night, as Clinton and Trump continue to pull away in the 2016 race for the White House. Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, and Missouri represent key geographical regions of the country. Clinton and Trump showed again their broad appeal to large sections of the country by winning a majority of them. While …

South Carolina Democratic Primary: Clinton’s Landslide Victory Over Sanders

The South Carolina Democratic Primary was called relatively early on Saturday night with Clinton’s landslide victory over Sanders. Clinton took 73.5% of the vote and 39 delegates were added to her already sizable lead. Sanders struggled, collecting only 14 delegates, despite campaigning hard in the state. With the loss, the Sanders campaign will now have an uphill battle with many …

The Proof is in the Blockchain!

Many people believe that bitcoin is just a currency but it is actually so much more than that. When it comes to revitalizing many industries and concepts, online methods have proven to be extremely integral to that process. Democracy is no exception. Through the use of bitcoin and blockchain technology, online voting can be fortified as the only real option …

Hillary Aims to Tear Down ID Laws to Increase Voter Turnout

In an attempt to pick up votes needed for the upcoming 2016 election, Hillary Clinton is attempting to tear down ID laws to increase voter turnout.  Hillary’s campaign has taken a swing into the realm of claims of voter suppression, especially in States that are overhauling their voter laws to better protect against the levels of voter fraud that were …

Florida May be the 25th State to Allow Online Voter Registration

You have heard the phrase “You got to lean how to crawl before you can run” well America is on its way to learning how to crawl when it comes to integrating the internet into our voting society. Florida may be the 25ht State to allow voters to register to vote utilizing online portals and programs. It is a general …

Animal Instinct

The People’s love of animals & mascots trickles all the way down to our political parties. Ever wondered why the Democratic Party’s mascot is a donkey? How about an elephant for the Republican Party? Kind of a funny story… and it involves cartoons! Way back in 1828, Presidential candidate Andrew Jackson was labeled a “jackass” by his opponents and later …