Tag Archives: presidential election

2017: The Year to Hope

The countdown is complete, the last bottle of bubbly has been popped, and we’ve seen the ball drop in Times Square; 2017 is a officially upon us. I work in retail during the holidays, so the last two weeks of ...

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Don’t like the presidential choices? You should vote anyway

This Monday – Oct. 24 – is the last day to register to vote before the Nov. 8 election. The election is the culmination of two years of a seemingly endless presidential campaign. Some people have decided not to vote ...

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Arguments for and against propositions, measures on the Nov. 8 ballot

Prop 51. School bonds. Funding for K-12 and community college facilities. Initiative statute. Proposition 51 would authorize $9 billion for construction and modernization of K-12 public schools, charter schools and California Community Colleges facilities. For: This would allow California to ...

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Is Ted Cruz eligible to be president?

This month, presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has come under fire in regards to his eligibility for president. Cruz was born in Canada. He moved to Texas when he was 4. The Constitution says that, “No person except a natural born ...

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We have a new president at Fresno State

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Election update: It’s Rick vs. Mitt, but Romney still inevitable

After months of the press convulsing over who would emerge as the conservative alternative to “Massachusetts Moderate” Mitt Romney — Michele Bachmann! Rick Perry! Herman Cain! Newt Gingrich! — it appears that the narrative for the race for the Republican nomination has finally settled.

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Analyzing the post-New Hampshire GOP race

The race for the Republican nomination is now Mitt Romney's to lose. He has always been the frontrunner, but now, after winning the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, it would take a gaffe of Cainian proportions to knock Romney off, and that just is not going to happen.

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Student campaigned for Obama

Being an “Obama-girl” requires the utmost dedication and Obama-fanaticism.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: McCain, Obama both too ‘childish’ for presidency

As a former U.S. Marine with 2.5 years of foreign diplomatic service, I’m now a college senior who is worried about what this political campaign holds for my future.

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Bush — yet to speak at national convention

T. PAUL, Minn. - Republicans reached out to independent voters Tuesday by featuring Fred Thompson and veteran Democratic Sen. Joseph Lieberman as prime-time convention speakers, while President Bush was to be given a less prominent role, appearing briefly by satellite from the White House.

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Palin: another hasty decision?

I ADMIT IT. I’M A CONSERVATIVE JOURNALIST.

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McCain’s choice of Palin fosters agreement between a Democrat and a Republican

I’VE KNOWN HEATHER FOR A LONG TIME NOW, so I know it’s not often that the two of us agree on any political issues. I’m a Democrat, she’s a Republican.

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Biden the VP choice for Obama we should have known all along

OH JOE, IT WAS ALWAYS YOU.

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‘More Than Just Words’

SPEECHES ARE MORE THAN JUST WORDS.

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