What’s on the Ballot?

As November 6th gets closer and closer, Quibbl writers are asking about the ballot measures that are on everyone's minds. What will Florida voters decide about their felons? Will Michigan and Utah change their legislative district boundaries? Predict correctly and move up Quibbl's #Elections Leaderboard.  By Toria Fidler The thing that every Floridian is talking... Continue Reading →

Why Jose Mourinho shouldn’t be sacked

Jose Mourinho, coach of Manchester United, has been under pressure for a while now as the media continues to speculate when rather than if he will be sacked. Before United’s match against Newcastle United on October 6th, it was largely reported that a source from the Red Devils had revealed Mourinho would be fired regardless... Continue Reading →

House Seats in FL, ME, and KY

As November 6th gets closer and closer, Quibbl writers are asking who will win the most debated House seats. Will a first-time politician beat the odds in Florida? Who will win Kentucky's 6th district seat and what will it mean for Democrats? Predict correctly and move up Quibbl's #Elections Leaderboard.  By Toria Fidler Florida’s 26th congressional... Continue Reading →

A steep road ahead in the Race for the House

Each week, Quibbl breaks down the biggest elections stories on and asks users the big questions about what will happen next. Who will win these fiercely contested House Races? Predict correctly and move up Quibbl's #Elections Leaderboard.  By Jasleen Chaggar The fierce and increasingly personal House race between incumbent Jeff Denham (R) and challenger Josh... Continue Reading →

Senate Seats in FL, AZ, and IN

As November 6th gets closer and closer, Quibbl writers are asking who will win the most debated Senate seats. Will Senator Bill Nelson successfully defend his Florida seat for the third time? Who will take Rick Scott's position as Florida governor while he runs for Senate? Predict correctly and move up Quibbl's #Elections Leaderboard.  By... Continue Reading →

Midterm Election 2018: Close Senate Races

This November, several seats in the US Senate will go up for re-election. While some are fought over for by new candidates from both parties, others are being held firmly by incumbents. Below are some of the key Senate races this midterm election. Will Trump supporters and GOP candidates defend their territory? Or will a... Continue Reading →

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