The Second Presidential Debate

11 October, 2016 Jacqueline Scott 0

This article was difficult to write.  The Second Presidential Debate was meant to be a Town Hall style debate.  This would be where the candidates answered questions from a pre-selected audience, and the moderators would […]

How the Odds Have Changed

28 July, 2016 Jacqueline Scott 8

Sunday morning I woke up to seeing this picture on Donald Trump’s Twitter feed. This isn’t surprising.  The Republican National Convention had just finished when CNN, the LA Times and the Morning Consult did their […]

Trump and Pence 2016

17 July, 2016 Jacqueline Scott 0

The Republican side has officially announced their party’s ticket.  Indiana Governor Mike Pence has been announced as Donald Trump’s running mate. Mike Pence is the currently serving governor of Indiana.  He is most well known […]

The Predictions Have Started

30 June, 2016 Jacqueline Scott 7

The presidential predictions have begun. FiveThirtyEight has predicted that Hillary Clinton has an 80% chance of winning the presidency.   The rationale that Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight gives is, because he’s an unusual candidate, that […]

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