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Voter fraud, particularly with mail-in ballots, has been a huge debate during the 2020 presidential election, although there is not much evidence to support any claims that fraud swayed results.

What we know about voter fraud

Ieysha Sanders, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

The 2020 election has given way to thoughts and discussions about the integrity of the United State’s voting system. Does voter fraud happen in our elections? Does it sway the outcomes? These are the...

President Donald Trump, a celebrity and business mogul, has had his Hollywood Walk of Fame star vandalized many times since he began his presidential campaign in 2016.

Should celebrities voice political opinions?

Rebecca Carroll, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

For years, we have listened to Taylor Swift whine about her poor taste in men— literally. She’s made millions singing about heartbreak and bad decisions. Last month, Swift’s name became associated...

Educate yourself and make your vote count. Let your voices be heard in the polls tomorrow.

Make your vote count

Kylie Carrell, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

At this point, you have most likely seen the yard signs and flags, heard snippets of the debates and read the opinions of others on social media, but have you done your part when it comes to the 2020 elections?...

The number of electors each state receives is based on the number of congressmen and senators each state has, with the exception of states with small populations. Each state is guaranteed at least three electoral college votes, regardless of size. As of Oct. 12, presidential candidate Joe Biden was leading in the polls over incumbent president Donald Trump. 270 votes are needed to win a presidential election.

What is the Electoral College anyway?

Rebecca Carroll, Staff Writer October 16, 2020

In the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, surpassing Donald Trump’s numbers by about three million. However, we all know who was sworn in on Inauguration Day. This...

If college students can increase their voter turnout by only 19 percent, 3.7 million voters will sound off for nationwide change. Register to vote. Use your voice.

Students to vote for change

Ieysha Sanders, Staff Writer September 16, 2020

Our country is on the brink of massive change. A change that college aged voters can influence to see us through to the other side. We are clearly struggling. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how ill-prepared...

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