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The 2020 Timeline You Need To Know

It's insane that 2020 is already almost here, isn't it? It seems like we JUST had a presidential election, and now we're doing it again. The 2020 election may seem a bit far off, but let me be the first to tell you it's already knocking on our door. Here's [...]

Martha McSally Appointed To Fill John McCain’s Senate Seat

Despite coming in a very close second in the November midterm election, Rep. Martha McSally, a former fighter pilot in the military, will be headed to the Senate after all. When Senator John McCain died in August, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced that former Senator Jon Kyl would fill his [...]

Meet the 116th Congress Freshman Senate Class

One week after the 2018 midterm elections, the new class of the 116th Congress have descended on Capitol Hill to learn the ropes. Some of them have previously served in the House of Representatives, but many of these freshmen senators are new to the hill. In case you need a [...]

6 Of The Most Heartbreaking GOP Losses On Tuesday

On Tuesday, the midterm elections could be argued as victories for both parties. It left a lot of Americans wondering what the results were really saying about the direction of the country. Democrats flipped the House of Representatives by picking up more than the needed 23 seats. That said, Republicans [...]

9 Republican Women Who Shattered Glass Ceilings This Election

In this week’s episode of “pretending conservative women don’t exist,” we saw Marie Claire put out a list of “50 Influential Women and Why They’re Voting” - all whom just so happened to be liberal women. The morning after the election, when Joe Scarborough from NBC kicked off his show [...]

A Republican Woman’s Guide To Dressing For An Election Party

With the 2018 midterm election tomorrow, election party planning is in full swing. From everything from watch parties and candidate campaign parties. there are multiple different things to remember when dressing up for an election night party. Check out these tips and tricks to make sure you are dressed to [...]

4 Signs Someone Is Running For President In 2020

We're only in the midterms, but 2020 talk is already taking up so much airtime. During the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, we heard a lot of chatter about "2020 auditions" by certain senators who will remain anonymous at this time.  Every time a politician signs a book deal, people wonder if [...]

20 Things To Do Before The Midterm Elections

There are some elections happening this November. Did you know that? Unless you've been living under a rock for a year, you know how important these midterm elections are on Tuesday, November 6th. Republicans currently hold the White House, the Senate, and the House, but there are 33 Senate seats up for [...]

Breaking Down Taylor Swift’s Recent Political Endorsements

Around 8 pm on October 7th, Taylor Swift made a post on Instagram about the Tennessee Senate race between Marsha Blackburn and Phil Bredesen. Since Swift is not known for making political statements (her silence is often a point of contention in the fanbase), this rocked the social media universe. [...]