Tag Archives: presidential candidates

Presidential candidates propose college-tuition policies

Hillary Clinton wants to make college free, and Donald Trump wants to make sure the business of college works well. The two presidential candidates have very different plans to try and help college students. Both could alter the system we ...

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Have your question asked at ASI debate

Have a question you want answered by the Associated Students, Inc. presidential candidates?

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First time voters flock to the election polls

Televisions all over the Fresno State campus were tuned in for Election Day coverage Tuesday. Students walked around wearing presidential candidate T-shirts. Some had buttons on their backpacks for different propositions they were for or against. Others simply wore “I voted” stickers.

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Candidates take on student issues

College is not affordable for many families. Many college students are in debt or lack health care. And some students are worried about what jobs will be available when they graduate in the next couple years.

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Who knew??? Alternative presidential candidates

Even though you haven’t heard of them, nearly 300 people have announced their candidacy for U.S. president. The jumble of unconventional candidates this election includes hopefuls who go by the names “Emperor Caesar,” “Santa Claus” and “Ole Savior.”

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Faces behind the campaign

On a Saturday afternoon, off of busy Shaw Avenue, members of the community are supporting Barack Obama and volunteering their time at his headquarters.

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WEB-SPE@K: Who will win the Democratic nomination?

Candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are in close contest for their party’s nomination for the presidency, with the March 4 primaries now being regarded as the deciding factor. Who do think will win the Democratic nomination?

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‘My highest commitment to God’

MITT ROMNEY IS MORMON. I open with his religion instead of introducing him as a candidate because it is Romney himself who, yesterday, decided that it would be a good idea to address the already controversial issue of religion. He gave a speech that addressed it directly — “Faith in America,” which was meant to restore potential voters’ faith in him as a man who can separate church and state.

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More than a pledge

THEY’RE AT IT AGAIN. A few weeks ago, I was sitting at my desk in The Collegian’s office when I noticed a CNN story on the TV behind me about a photograph showing presidential hopeful Barack Obama with his hands at his sides as those around him held their hands over their hearts.

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Fit to lead?

RIGHT NOW MY roommates are watching “Braveheart.” Meanwhile, I’m in my room reading stories about King Arthur in Tennyson’s “Idylls of the King” (for a class, I swear). Somewhere in this great country of ours, a group of people is having a discussion about who our next president should be. What do these three things have in common?

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Colbert tops second-tier candidates; other candidates favor Des Moines

Is it sad that Comedy Central icon Stephen Colbert is a bigger hit than Bill Richardson in the national polls? Just think if he were actually running for president. With Hillary Clinton just stopping by Fresno for a few hours ...

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