2010 ACS No Vehicle Data Supports the Concerns of New Voter ID Laws Impact on Minorities

A review of the 2010 American Community Survey 1 Year Data indicates that minority race or ethnic population groups have a much higher percentage of “no vehicle” present at the residence. Residences that do not have vehicles present are more likely to have individuals that do not have driver’s licenses which are the most . . . → Read More: 2010 ACS No Vehicle Data Supports the Concerns of New Voter ID Laws Impact on Minorities

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Texas Congressional Redistricting – Are New Minority Districts Justified?

The redistricting process in Texas has been widely publicized in the news media lately. This exposure is mostly due to multiple court cases that continue to be litigated. As a quick overview, the Texas legislature passed a series of redistricting plans for new State House, State Senate and Congressional districts. The congressional plans included . . . → Read More: Texas Congressional Redistricting – Are New Minority Districts Justified?

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Virginia Congressional Redistricting – A Step Backward

The most recent congressional redistricting plan passed by the Virginia legislature, and now signed by the governor, is clearly a step backward in the progress to advance political parity for the minority community. First, for background purposes, the Virginia legislature passed a redistricting plan overwhelming from the House (74 to 21) and barely from . . . → Read More: Virginia Congressional Redistricting – A Step Backward

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Chart – Democratic Losses in the U.S. House of Representatives 1912 – 2010

Projected as of 11/11/2010

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Chart – Democratic Losses in the U.S. Senate 1912 – 2010

Projected as of 11/11/2010

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Press Release – The "Democratic Trend" Predicts Obama’s Popular Vote% in 2004

In the book, The Democratic Trend Phenomenon, the author, Anthony E. Fairfax, proves that the popular vote percentage for President Barack Obama could have been predicted in 2004 with a fair amount of precision. In fact, one of the most interesting discoveries of the Democratic Trend involves projecting the popular vote percentage for the . . . → Read More: Press Release – The "Democratic Trend" Predicts Obama’s Popular Vote% in 2004

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Press Release – New Book Discusses Major Electoral Phenomenon and Predicts Obama wins with 51.1% (+/-2.7%)of the Popular Vote

October 31, 2008 New Book Discusses Major Electoral Phenomenon and Predicts Obama wins with 51.1% (+/-2.7%) of the Popular Vote (.pdf – 84k)

(PRWEB PRESS RELEASE)

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