Take a moment to absorb the headline above. I’ve been involved in and around politics for a long time, but the new early voting arrangement has a rather strange feeling to it. Then again, we are just catching up with the other 38 states plus the District of Columbia that have already had the process in place. Continue reading
Last week’s post concerned options for changes in medical insurance in the United States. It was noted that the Republican Party, led by Donald Trump, has been working to eliminate coverage for millions of Americans while also eliminating consumer protection on such things as denial of coverage for pre-existing medical conditions. Republican candidates for Congress in NY27 have been tripping over themselves to indicate which one is the most committed and best supporter of Trump. So last week’s post asked where they stand on health insurance coverage. Don’t hold your breath waiting to hear their responses.
International developments over the past two weeks pose another series of questions for those Republican candidates. Voters in NY27 deserve to know where the would-be members of Congress stand on issues of major consequences. Continue reading