For my first post in this series, I’m throwing in my two cents on perhaps the most common way we count politically; voting.
So this past week, as a way to cope with a wicked case of writer’s block, I went searching for inspiration in the conference calls, chat-rooms, and community sites that my fellow Centrists and I frequent. Eventually, rather accidentally, I found myself pondering a question that has grown with importance as our country moves deeper through the primary season toward Election Day…
To my avid readers (all two of you, now), my sincerest apologies. It’s been too long since my last update and I didn’t mean to leave you all hanging like that. Now that the fireworks have all been fired, the drinks drank, and the hangovers handled let’s get back to our (ir)regularly scheduled programing.
Last post, I promised to dish some dirt on the part that regional influences play on ethanol supports and jobless benefits. The idea for this originally struck me whenever I viewed two polls made available by the iCitizen app that show a strong correlation between support and region. Let’s get on with it see what pans out.
While my last three posts were a refreshing respite from the traditional run-around that comes from covering partisan politics, you don’t fix something that’s broken by ignoring it.