Author: Nate Gundy

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently signed several election related bills passed by Democrats in the crucial swing state. The new legislation allows 16 year olds to register before they can legally vote at 18, provides more protections to election officials, and automatically registers individuals to vote when they are released from incarceration. Visit CBS News to learn moreImage Credit:Michigan Municipal League (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 DEED)

Republican Representative Ken Buck criticized his party harshly this weekend for continuing to propagate the lie that the 2020 election was stolen. In addition to claiming that any political leader saying the election was stolen is “lying to America,” Buck also blasted Republicans for their comments regarding January 6th emphasizing that anyone who says the January 6th riot was peaceful or that the January 6th prisoners are being unfairly prosecuted is also lying to the country. Visit Politico to learn moreImage Credit:Gage Skidmore (CC BY-SA

New Hampshire has historically been one of the most competitive states in the nation between Democrats and Republicans, but that trend may be changing. Since Trump has become increasingly dominant in the Republican Party New Hampshire citizens have been less interested in the GOP. Since 2016 Democrats have won every federal race in the state. Demographics may play a significant role in this development with a high percentage of New Hampshire residents holding a bachelor's degree and supporting abortion rights, among other factors. Visit

Current polling indicates a likely rematch in the next presidential election between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, which would be the sixth presidential rematch and the first since the 1950s. However, a look at statewide election rematches paints a clearer picture of how this scenario usually plays out for the candidate trying to reclaim their position. In fact, in 25 Senate rematches since 1950 only two ended with different results than the prior election; additionally in 44 gubernatorial rematches challengers only