Please Millennials, Get Out and Vote!

I’ve felt for quite some time that the 2016 General Election was going to be a somewhat of a coming out party for Millennials.  But now that we are starting to get a picture of who the Republican nominee will be, I feel that it MUST be a coming out party for Millennials. It looks like a slam dunk that Donald Trump will be elected the Republican nominee.  This is so frightening I don’t even know where to begin.  But the scariest Read More

Why Are Millennials Feeling the Bern?

If you’ve been paying attention to the presidential primaries, you’re probably aware that Bernie Sanders, the somewhat cantankerous 74-year-old Senator from Vermont (via Brooklyn, NY), has captured the adoration of many Millennials.  In fact, he has demolished Hillary Clinton in the youth vote in every primary or caucus thus far.  But why are so many Millennials feeling the Bern? The results of a poll conducted by Republican pollster Frank Luntz that examined the opinions of 1,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 26, found that Read More

New Hampshire Primary 2016 Recap

Last night the people of the Granite State went to the polls to vote for their favorite Presidential candidates, officially kicking off the Primary season (Iowa was a Caucus, not a Primary). Unlike in most Primaries where you have to vote within your registered party, in New Hampshire you can vote for whoever you want, so in that way it kind of mimics the General Election. Donald Trump secured a Yuuuge victory on the GOP side, and Bernie Sanders crushed Hillary Clinton. This isn’t surprising. Read More