Here we have data on the best-selling vehicles by state in 2014, and how those states voted in the last election. Basically, this indicates a correlation between the popularity of trucks and voting Republican. But I think it looks more like trucks are taking over America.
After I move the status of this rambling from "Draft" to "Now" and hit "Publish," I'm going to walk up to my polling place (St. Paul AME Zion Church on Dexter Boulevard), stand in line with everybody else in my neighborhood and vote in the Detroit primary.
After snagging some hot swag from today's 2010 Roush Mustang reveal, we figure it's time for another contest. Below, how to win some Jack Roush-signed paraphernalia and what you need do to earn it.
While most of use are probably used to voting in schools, churches and municipal buildings, voters in Kearny, New Jersey may find themselves voting in the middle of a car dealership showroom. Both a Dodge and a Chevrolet dealership will open their doors to those doing their civic duty (Ford dealerships hate…