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2016 Presidential Election


Photo courtesy of Flickr Mike Pence and Tim Kaine are the two vice presidential hopefuls you knew for 30 brief seconds when they had announced their candidacy in July. Since then, Pence, chosen by Trump, and Kaine, chosen by Clinton, have been met with shrugged shoulders or unbridled indifference. Fortunately for Americans, both candidates will …

Story by Ashley Coker / Contributing Writer | Photo courtesy of Flickr  Voters across the United States are preparing to elect a new president, and every candidate is rallying for the youth vote. Millennials have caught up to baby boomers as the largest generation of eligible voters, according to a Pew Research Center study released …

Story by Ashley Coker // Contributing Writer | Photo courtesy of Flicker With two months until Election Day, it’s time for voters who have not been staying up-to-date on the issues to do their homework. Luckily, the Internet makes catching up easier than ever. There is a ton of information out there, but checking out these …

Photo courtesy of Flickr By now, you’ve probably figured out that 2016 has been a banner year for politics. Between name-calling amongst candidates and the endless list of hot-button topics, there is quite a bit to catch up on since last semester. For those of you who ditched politics for pool parties and beach trips in the last …

Photo by ABC/ Ida Mae Astute With the 2016 general election creeping closer and closer, many voters are choosing sides. “Creeping” is the operative word in that sentence, considering the division that the election has caused among American voters. Between the outcries of so-called bigotry and the heavy-handed belief of establishment control, eligible voters have …