The genius of our nation’s founders is evident in so many ways, from spelling out the protection of our civil liberties in the Bill of Rights to the separation
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There wasn’t much of a controversy as the eight Louisiana electors met at the state capitol today to cast their votes to make Donald Trump the next president of the
Editor’s note: A guest post from Louis Avallone, a Republican elector from Shreveport… Since the day after the presidential election, the number of emails I’ve received has steadily grown. Nearly
Republican legislators in at least a half-dozen states are being branded as sore losers as they promote change in the way American presidents are elected, but the critics needn’t worry.
Pretty much after every quadrennial set of national elections, you can count on various “reform” efforts involving the indirect election method of the presidency. One seems to be gathering some
On Monday, fifty-one groups of presidential electors gathered in state capitols (in the case of the District of Columbia, the John A. Wilson Building that houses their city government) to
UPDATE: HB 1095 passed out of the House & Governmental Affairs Committee this morning. Rep. Steven Pugh walked on the