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Do It For State

Evan Showalter

November 29, 2018

Filed under Politics

It's no secret that JCPS and the state have had a lot of issues in the past. Over the last year, they have been in a long and complicated battle that seems to have everyone confused, but it is much more than political mumbo jumbo...

Your Local Gov. Guide

Ysa Leon and Maddie Currie

November 2, 2018

Filed under Politics, Top Stories

Words by Ysa Leon and Maddie Currie It’s Nov. 6, 2018 — election day. Yikes. Walking up to your voting site, you realize the names you’re seeing are unfamiliar. Divided by parties and levels of power, the letters strung to...

YOU ARE WHAT YOU TWEET- Is Trump’s usage of Twitter presidential?

Ella Treinen and Sky Carroll

December 14, 2017

Filed under Politics, Social Issues, Top Stories

A ding echoes through the room. The back pocket of someone’s jeans vibrates. A screen flashes on from the corner of someone’s office desk. Millions of heads turn to look at the Twitter notifications on their lock screens. Someone ...

Election News for the Confused

Lucy Calderon

October 26, 2016

Filed under Politics, Top Stories, Uncategorized

As Nov. 8 draws near, the remaining presidential candidates and their campaigns are putting in long hours. As of Oct. 26, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton leads the polls with 46.9 percent of the popular vote, and 332.9 of ...

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