To receive a Democratic ballot as an unaffiliated voter, you will have to fill out and print a form requesting the ballot and then mail that request in. Some may find it easier to simply change their registration to "Democratic" and send an email asking for an absentee ballot, since it eliminates the step of having to fill out the request form before actually receiving a ballot. … [Read more...] about How can I vote in California’s March 3 primary? Everything you need to know.
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The measure — co-sponsored by Democratic Sens. Jeanne ShaheenCynthia (Jeanne) Jeanne ShaheenOvernight Health Care: Appeals court strikes down Medicaid work requirements | Pelosi's staff huddles with aides on surprise billing | Senate Dems pressure Trump to drop ObamaCare lawsuit Senate Democrats pressure Trump to drop ObamaCare lawsuit Trump under pressure to renew last nuke treaty with Russia MORE (N.H.) and Dianne FeinsteinDianne Emiel FeinsteinDemocratic senators ask DOJ watchdog to expand Giuliani probe House passes bipartisan bill to create women's history museum Democrats bullish on bill to create women's history museum: 'It's an election year' MORE (Calif.), along with GOP Sens. John CornynJohn CornynTrump Medicaid proposal sparks bipartisan warnings Senate braces for fight over impeachment whistleblower testimony Booker, Cornyn introduce bill to fund school nutrition programs MORE (Texas), Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioCheese, wine importers reeling from Trump trade … [Read more...] about Bipartisan senators push new bill to improve foreign lobbying disclosures
Disarray, division and disunity: Many experts say disarray and lack of unity will divide the Democratic Party into progressives v. moderates and make it much harder to beat Trump in the fall. I disagree. Imagine how exciting the convention would be if it went to two or three ballots before picking a nominee. The nation’s attention would be riveted and, as Trump would understand, the ratings would be sky-high. The eventual winner would get a lot of exposure. (Anybody remember the last time a convention selected a candidate on more than one ballot? If you think you know, reach out to me on Twitter and I will pick by lottery one of the right answers and give them a gift certificate for lunch for two at P.J. Clarke’s in Philadelphia or Washington.) … [Read more...] about Advice for fellow Democrats: Don’t count out Biden, don’t fear a brokered convention
Bloomberg is skipping the first four primary and caucus states – Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina – to focus on saturating voters with ads and campaigning in the 14 states that will vote on Super Tuesday while other candidates are grinding it out in the early contests. This strategy has allowed him to pass other candidates in national polls despite their strong showings in Iowa and New Hampshire. … [Read more...] about Ari Fleischer on Bloomberg taking the debate stage as Dems’ attack his wealth: ‘Let the Democratic voters decide’
“If there is a large voter turnout here in Nevada, I believe we are going to win the caucuses,” Sanders told several hundred supporters at a rally Tuesday at UNLV. “And when we win the caucuses here, we are going to do really well in South Carolina, in California and on Super Tuesday. And if we do well on Super Tuesday, we’re going to win the Democratic nomination.” … [Read more...] about California primary preview: Nevada lining up behind Bernie Sanders