Democrats aim to design a presidential nomination process that gives everyone a voice – and produces a winning candidate
Recommended Reading / July 18th, 2022 / By "The Conversation" Contributor
Like clockwork every four years, Democrats hunker down to tweak their rules for presidential nomination, and right now they’re finely tuning the 2024 calendar. The party has routinely pinned its hopes on nomination rules to pave the way for a November win.
INFOGRAPHIC: How Political Bias Fools Us
Bias / June 29th, 2018 / By Julie Mastrine
Republicans are wrong about Democrats. Democrats are wrong about Republicans. It turns out that Americans are not so good at determining how many people with certain characteristics belong to either of the major political parties. A study by scholars Douglas Ahler and Gaurav Sood that was...