I’ve been silent on this since the early part of the primary season, but I thought I’d give my opinions.
So, Bill Rappeleye, Bob Plain, and Justin Katz have a discussion about about instant-runoff voting (IRV) and none of them
Ted Nesi has a good post up about where the majority of the votes for Allan Fung and Gina Raimondo
If you’re a campaign that has an unpopular platform, the last thing you want to do is talk about issues.
One of my 5 takeaways appears to have angered WPRI’s Ted Nesi, specifically the part about the usefulness of public
With mail ballots still being certified, we’re still not at the end of this primary, but we can at least
I’m seeing some chatter on Twitter suggesting incredulity at the idea of the total turnout for this primary breaking 20% or
Tomorrow’s primary is likely to feature two very different electorates. Looking at voters in the last three elections, what immediately
Let me start this out by saying I don’t like Clay Pell as a candidate. I know that should be
Voting in a party primary is not the same as voting in a general election. Though the history of primary