Opinion contributor John A. Tures is a professor of political science at LaGrange College in LaGrange, Ga. His views are his own. He can be reached at [email protected] His Twitter account is JohnTures2.
How Democrats won the West | John A. Tures
By: John Tures - January 2, 2023
Since 1992, Democrats have flipped the region away from Republican control, a shift that began with the end of the Cold War and carried through a Pacific Coast economic recession, anti-racism demonstrations and violence in Los Angeles and the area’s increasing diversity.
What Georgia’s 2022 runoff can teach us about the 2024 White House race | John A. Tures
By: John Tures - December 12, 2022
Campaign on this -- not that, for starters.
Early voting mattered In Georgia in 2022. Don’t let them cancel it in 2024 | John A. Tures
By: John Tures - November 28, 2022
It would be a slap in the face to working Americans and the parents of school-aged children
How the GOP’s expected red wave crashed on the rocks of the insurrection | John A. Tures
By: John Tures - November 13, 2022
Maybe the insurrectionists weren’t thinking about the next election. They should have been.
Sixty years ago, ‘Florida Man’ helped defend our rights | John A. Tures
By: John Tures - September 7, 2022
How one man really can make a difference -- and why it matters to us now.