Poll: Mere 29% Trust Media ‘Fact-Checking’

Only 29 percent of likely American voters “trust media fact-checking of candidates’ comments,” according to a late September survey from Rasmussen Reports, while a prior poll indicated presidential debate moderators would help Clinton over Trump.

FORT PIERCE, FL - SEPTEMBER 30: Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers a speech on national service at Sunrise Theatre on September 30, 2016 in Fort Pierce, Florida. Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Florida. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton’s Plan For Victory: Register 3 Million New Voters

“We are hiring organizers here and between now and election day, we are going to register 3 million more people,” Hillary Clinton said at the close of her DNC campaign speech. “We are not just going to register them, we are going to get them to commit to vote.”

Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally with democratic vice presidential nominee U.S. Sen Tim Kaine (D-VA) at Fort Hayes Vocational School on July 31, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio.

CAIR Estimates 824K Registered Voters Are Muslim, 300K More Than 2012

According to a CAIR analysis of voter information, there are currently some 824,000 registered Muslim voters. CAIR arrived at this figure by marching the voting records against a list of 43,538 traditionally Muslim names. In 2012, CAIR used the same methodology to estimate that there were around 500,00 Muslim voters.

oters line up to cast their ballots on Super Tuesday March 1, 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas.

‘We Know Our Nation Is in Trouble,’ Says Franklin Graham at Texas Capitol

Franklin Graham greeted thousands who were gathered by the south steps of the Texas Capitol in Austin for this stop on his Decision America Tour 2016. Graham is traveling through every state in the country he says “to challenge Christians to live out their faith at home, in public and at the ballot box.” He is also sharing the Gospel.


Marco Rubio Wants Suburban Voters To Carry Him To Victory

How will Sen. Marco Rubio compete on Super Tuesday when he hasn’t won a single state? The campaign is not yet willing to predict one state where the Florida senator expects to win, but they previewed a strategy that relies heavily on suburban voters.

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) reacts after speaking at a rally at the Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel on February 21, 2016 in North Las Vegas, Nevada.

Trump Campaign Aims To Win New Voters, Alienated Voters

Donald Trump seems to be attracting new, or formerly disgruntled, voters into the Republican primary. The impact of this phenomenon will vary by state, depending on unique voting rules, but it could propel Trump to securing the nomination must faster than many folks expect.

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Poll: Social Issues Surge in Importance to Voters

Establishment elites repeat in an echo chamber that voters don’t care about social issues or, alternatively, that voters favor liberal positions on these issues, so either way, Republicans should avoid them. But Republican candidates are ignoring this coastal-elite groupthink by tackling these issues, and polls show that voters do in fact deeply care about what kind of culture we live in.