This is the third post in a series about the elections and whether concerns over their legitimacy are valid concerns. In the first post, I discussed why some states on election night appeared to be going red and then over the next few days turned blue. I discussed why the evidence suggests that red and… Continue reading Are Concerns about Mail-In Voting Legitimate?
Here is a brief, tragic, and important history lesson, and it relates to your life today, I promise: In the mid-1800s, Ireland was struck by the now-infamous potato blight. It had devastating consequences on the Irish population. (You can find all of this information about the Irish Potato Famine and the immigration patterns associated with… Continue reading What the Irish Potato Famine and Weird Rumors Can Teach Us about Elections Today
Voting is the heart of a democratic process that possesses integrity. Thus, in almost every election in our country, there are concerns about whether the election process is legitimate or about various forces that could undermine its legitimacy. For example, as you probably recall, in the 2016 election, there were concerns that Russians had meddled… Continue reading Are Concerns about the Validity of the Elections Results Legitimate?