Indifference is Mutual: Low Voter Turnout After Sandy
A number of factors could have contributed to the low voter turnout. Sandy is the last one to blame.
Black Voters Expecting Much of Obama’s Second Term
Though they supported him overwhelmingly both in 2008 and the 2012, African American voters are hoping for the first black president to pay more attention to issues that affect them in his second term
American Presidential Election Heatedly Discussed On Chinese Popular Social Media
For many Chinese netizens on Sina Weibo, the 2012 U.S. presidential election may be more than just Americans’ business.
Tibetan Americans look to US elections through Tibet
Worsening situation in Tibet proved a key factor for Tibetan Americans as they faced US presidential elections on Tuesday that saw Obama win a second term in the White House, overcoming deep doubts among voters about his handling of the U.S. economy.
Polling Confusion Adds to List of Woes in Post-Sandy Rockaways
Residents of the Rockaways in southern Queens found ways to get to the polls despite the absence of services and changes to polling locations.
Despite Drones, Pakistani Americans Support President Obama in 2012
Despite increasing anti-Americanism back home, Pakistani Americans still believe President Obama remains a better option than a pro-war candidate from the Republicans.
In the 2012 Elections, 3rd Party Voters Defend Their Position
Third-Party Voters stand up to be counted in the 2012 elections. Despite their usual issues of struggling campaign financing as compared to the big guys and a lack of media coverage, voters feel they are making progress.
Collecting the election: newspapers, Chia Pets, or just old school campaign buttons
With the lengthy 2012 campaign season over, a cornucopia of souvenirs — from buttons to Chia Pets — await collectors.