Can Republicans Win the Senate in 2014?
February 20, 2013 By NATE SILVER
Democrats, faced with a daunting set of Senate races in 2012, not only survived but thrived, adding two seats to their majority.
The party will face a difficult map again in 2014, however.
House 2014: A Narrowing Battlefield?
It appears that only about one of every 15 House members will come from a district that voted for a different party in its presidential and House elections. That would be the lowest proportion of split seats produced by any presidential election in at least the past 60 years. (We’re comparing the 2012 estimate to those contained in Vital Statistics on American Politics for prior elections.)
* Responsibly Ending the War in Iraq
* Disrupting, Dismantling, and Defeating Al-Qaeda
* Responsibly Ending the War in Afghanistan
* Preventing the Spread and Use of Nuclear Weapons
* Countering Emerging Threats
* Strengthening Alliances, Expanding Partnerships, and Reinvigorating International Institutions
* Promoting Global Prosperity and Development
* Maintaining the Strongest Military in the World
* Advancing Universal Values
Democratic Nantional Committee: http://www.democrats.org/
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee: http://www.dccc.org
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee: http://www.dscc.org
Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee: http://dlcc.org
* Volunteer to canvass (door-to-door)
* Phone bank
* Register voters
Register to Vote
League of Women Voters :http://electionimpact3.votenet.com/lwv/voterreg2/index.cfm
The Federal Voting Assistance Program – http://www.fvap.gov
The Election Assistance Commission – http://www.eac.gov/default.aspx
The U.S. Justice Department, Civil Rights Division, Voting Section –http://www.justice.gov/crt/voting/
Homeless People’s Voting Rights http://www.nationalhomeless.org/projects/vote/court.html
Democrats Abroad: http://www.democratsabroad.org/
Electoral fraud can occur at any stage in the democratic process, but most commonly occurs in voter registration. The two main types of electoral fraud are preventing eligible voters from casting their vote freely (or voting at all); and altering the results. Any GOTV volunteer entrusted with assisting a voter registrant is responsible for having the form filled out correctly and having the form mailed out in a timely fashion.