Trump Wins The Presidency Against All Odds

By on Nov 9, 2016

Early this morning, Donald Trump surpassed 270 electoral votes to become the presumable 45th president of the United States of America. Hillary Clinton, his opponent, was a heavy favorite by almost every measurement, but lost by what currently appears to be a significant margin.

The Curious Case of Evan McMullin

By on Oct 23, 2016

Evan McMullin, a third party candidate in the United States’ 2016 presidential election, is gaining ground in his home state of Utah. He is considered to be a conservative alternative to Donald Trump. Recent polls in Utah suggest that McMullin is not only competitive in, but possibly winning, the state.

41 Presidential Campaigns Are In Debt

By on May 30, 2016

According to data from the Federal Election Commission (FEC), the campaigns for a total of 41 candidates for United States president currently have debt. There are currently 698 candidates for president (more have filed with the FEC since our article from a week ago when there were 676 candidates).

Meet The 676 Candidates For United States President

By on May 24, 2016

If you’re reading this post, you probably know many of the candidates for United States President. There’s Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, Bernie Sanders, Chris Christie, Lincoln Chafee, Bobby Jindal, Martin O’Malley– and of course, Donald Trump. But do you know the other 668 candidates vying for what is arguably the most powerful position in the […]

How Much Does Each State Contribute To Each Presidential Candidate?

By on Apr 9, 2016

All of the candidates in the 2016 Presidential election have been working hard to raise money. They use social media, email, letters, in-person fundraisers, and a number of other mediums to fundraise. I was curious how much each state gave to each candidate. This article contains graphs that show the average contribution per person to […]

Wisconsin Democratic Presidential Primary Prediction

By on Apr 4, 2016

As election season continues, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will be facing off in the Wisconsin primary on April 5th. For the majority of the race, Clinton has held the advantage, currently with 1,243 pledged delegates to Sanders’ 980. However, the past few races have been favorable for Sanders, with wins in Idaho, Utah, Alaska, […]