In the November 8th election, Georgia U.S. Senate incumbent, Raphael Warnock, had 49.4 percent of the vote, about 35,000 more votes than the challenger, Herschel Walker, who achieved 48.5 percent. Georgia is one of two states (along with Louisiana), however, that requires a runoff in all general elections if no candidate achieves at least 50 percent. […]
Americans are united in support of voting as a foundation of American Democracy. Our country has been shaped by founding fathers, thought leaders and legislators of all political stripes who believe in the power of the ballot and self-governance. At OneV we share the powerful sentiments expressed by American leaders on the importance of voting. America’s history on voting reminds us that this fundamental right is not a liberal value or a conservative value. From property-owning founding fathers, to all males, to former slaves, to women, to every other major group that migrated to America, we have recognized that voting matters to every single American and belongs to no political party.
On September 29, OneV interviewed Dr. Patricia Bernard, candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives – District 55. Dr. Bernard is a retired Army Civilian and daughter of a veteran. She is the owner of a semi-trucking company. Her main political priorities include quality affordable healthcare, including reproductive health, effective public education, and protecting Michiganders’ right to […]
On September 26, OneV spoke with Laura Terech, candidate for the Arizona House of Representatives – District 4. Laura is an elementary school teacher who believes that investing in children is investing in Arizona. Laura is a champion for public education that serves every family, and quality, affordable healthcare. Click on the image below to watch the […]