What the Presidential Candidates Have Done for the Housing Sector
What have this election cycle’s candidates done when it comes to housing? DWM magazine has put together a list of what we could find on each candidate and their history with the housing market. Read More at DWM
What Our Presidential Candidates Have To Say About Manufacturing
Hype is practically the only thing played by mainstream media. You need to know the manufacturing viewpoints of each of the presidential candidates.
What Do Losing Presidential Candidates Have to Say About Income Taxes?
What Presidential Candidates Have Said About Money's Influence in Politics
Earlier this year, the Washington Post declared “big money in politics [is] emerg[ing] as a rising issue in 2016 campaign.”...
Female presidential candidates have to overcome the sexism — of other women
“Relatability” stands between non-college-educated white women and the 2020 women.
Here's How Much the 2020 Presidential Candidates Have Raised So Far
Buttigieg has a fundraising machine. Warren has momentum. Harris is lagging behind.
Actors, How Have You Dealt With Jury Duty?
We Have Questions for the Presidential Candidates — Independent Sector
Earlier this month, Independent Sector circulated a questionnaire to all the 2020 presidential campaigns. That, in and of itself, does not sound newsworthy. But it’s in fact a novel thing to do as a nonprofit. The reality is that, as nonprofit leaders, many of us are not as practiced at engaging candidates running for office …
What French presidential candidates Macron and Le Pen have in store for the arts
Both politicians have pitched new cultural, artistic and heritage measures
7 Questions LGBTQ People Have for the 2020 Presidential Candidates
As the 2020 election approaches, all eyes are on D.C. (and sometimes on Twitter).
These 10 candidates have qualified for the November Democratic presidential debate
The next Democratic debate will be held Wednesday, Nov. 20, in Atlanta. It will air on MSNBC from 9 to 11 p.m. ET and will be co-hosted by The Washington
Should incarcerated Americans have right to vote? Presidential candidates facing question
Right now, only two states, Vermont and Maine, allow incarcerated Americans to vote from behind bars.
Mom on jury duty didn’t have child care. Judge asked what if she ‘got hit by a Mack truck’
A Fresno, CA, mother alleges that Superior Court Judge James Petrucelli humiliated her during jury duty after she asked to be excused to care for her children. She was granted a hardship but ordered to return.
'Now I have a record': 21-year-old oversleeps jury duty, goes to jail for 10 days
"I’ve never had a criminal background, never been arrested, never been in handcuffs," the man said.