And what to do if something goes wrong this Election Day.
"The correct strategy is you live to fight another day,” Uygur says "We avoid fascism Check Then we go fight the establishment And then we win".
How the Left Should Approach Life After the Election, With Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in Charge
No matter who wins the presidency, the work of the electorate doesn’t end after voting. Leftists must continue to build strong social movements and engage in the day-to-day, bottom-up politics beyond the major-party carnival.
When threatened with defeat, even of a candidate they don’t like, Republicans tend to return to their Grand Old Party, like estranged children straggling home for Thanksgiving.
We, the people, have more power than we think. To exercise our power, we must insist that our elected representatives serve us. If they don’t, we need to vote them out as quickly as possible.
Potential vulnerabilities in the voting system raise alarms about what could happen when American citizens cast their ballots Nov. 8.
If you care who wins the election next month, get off the couch, go down to your polling place and vote.
Courts are scrambling to rule on state laws in time for the November elections. We’re keeping track of their decisions.
If Republican leaders tell us such a man should be president, should the nation ever believe anything else they say?