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Photo Courtesy of The New Daily Story by Ashley Barrientos/Contributing Writer “We are Gen-Z—born into tragedy and movements and protests,” said the director for March for Our Lives, a movement against gun violence in an Oct. 29, 2020 Washington Post article. According to the United States Elections Project, more than 92 million people have already …

In 2000, the headline on The Tennessean had the race between George Bush and former Vice President Al Gore as too close to call. A winner was not declared until December when the Supreme Court decided a recount in Florida was unnecessary. Story by Sam War and Kristi Jones / Contributing Writers Election fraud conspiracy …

Photo by Samantha Hearn / MTSU Sidelines Archive Story by Ghaliah Almuyidi /Contributing Writer Rutherford County had over 40,000 more early votes in the 2018 midterm elections than it did in the 2014 midterm elections. Rutherford County Election Commission data shows that 65,956 people countywide voted in early election voting. In 2014, however, Rutherford County residents …

Photo by Steve Barnum/ Staff Writer Story by Barbara Harmon/ Contributing Writer The Presidential election of 2016 has seen a larger period of partisan controversy than many other political seasons, and, in Tennessee, it will be remembered for setting new records in early voting. Polls for early voting closed Thursday with a total of 1.61 million ballots …

(AP) — Early voting for the Nov. 4 election comes to a close Thursday amid light turnout for races including the U.S. Senate, governor and four proposed constitutional amendments. According to data collected by the Secretary of State’s Office, voting through the first 12 days of early voting this year has been down by nearly 104,000 ballots, or 19 percent, compared with 2010. …