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Steven Uccio debating incumbent Democrat Bonnie Watson-Coleman

Steven Uccio’s Run for Life, Liberty, Tax Relief and Equality

Steven J. Uccio is the Republican Congressional candidate for the 12th District of New Jersey. Formerly a Libertarian who has run for County and Statewide public office, Steven became a Republican over a year ago. He is making his first foray into politics at the Federal level. As Election Day gets closer, Steven spoke with Politisite to answer some questions and reveal some glimpses at a different kind of Republican […]

Colorado Democratic Congressional candidate Misty Plowright.

Misty Plowright Challenges the System

“Government should do as much as is necessary and ONLY what is necessary to ensure that its people enjoy the freedom and opportunity to excel.” – Misty Plowright Misty Plowright is the Democratic Congressional candidate running for the 5th district against current Republican Representative Doug Lamborn in Colorado. A first-time candidate, a Bernie Sanders supporter and an Army veteran, Misty took some time off from the campaign trail to speak with Politisite’s Jennifer Williams and answer some […]

Could Senator Tim Scott Change The Republican Party?

Politisite readers are already aware that a new U.S. Senator recently took office, but unfortunately most of the United States citizenry is not.  In case you don’t know, the new Senator is Tim Scott (R-SC) and he was appointed by his home-state Republican Governor Nikki Haley to replace Senator Jim DeMint in the U.S. Senate.  In case you do not know, Senator Scott is African American (or Black if you prefer) and […]

Democrat Senator Accused of Plagiarizing Blames PTSD

On Thursday, July 24, the New York Times revealed that Senator John Walsh (D-Mont.) plagiarized his Master’s thesis from the United States Army College and that at least 25 percent of his paper “was either taken without attribution from other authors’ works or improperly sourced.” Despite the embarrassing revelation, CBS This Morning was the only network morning news show to report on the plagiarism scandal whereas NBC’s Today and ABC’s […]

Democrats 2014 Campaign Strategy Backfires

Democrats began their 2014 campaign strategy this week by attempting to reignite the Republican war on women and painting Republicans as the party of the un-American Koch Brothers. It began with President Obama signing two executive orders that requires companies doing business with the government to report income data based on gender and race to the Department of Labor.  They also put out talking points that claimed that women make […]