Voting is the fundamental right of every U.S. citizen. It allows the people to come together and elect leaders through the democratic process.
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The 2020 election is undoubtedly the most important election in my lifetime. This is a call to all students (and faculty) to become involved in the political process and help create a more inclusive and free society.
In a recent informal poll of 20 University of La Verne students, half said they would support lowering the voting age to 17 in California.
Freshman biology major Kaitlyn Higgins pledged to vote at the Get Out the Vote event held by the Multicultural Council Monday at Citrus Lawn.
In the current political climate, very few people remain apathetic. If you have any thoughts or opinions about the current state of affairs in our country – state or local government – the way to have your voice heard is with a ballot. By filling out a ballot you are standing up and making your […]
Throughout America’s relatively short history certain groups have had to fight for their right to vote. Less than a century ago, women were not allowed to have their voices heard in government elections and decision making, and racial minorities faced unfair and discriminatory practices that barred their votes from reaching ballot boxes.
Democrats are armed and ready to take to fill voting polls June 5 to make sure California stays blue and anti-Trump.
The Nov. 8 election is approaching, and early voting is currently underway. If you are eligible to vote, I encourage you to send in your ballot or visit your polling place next week and exercise this important right.
In a recent informal election survey among 10 University of La Verne faculty, eight faculty members said they plan to vote for Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, one will vote for Republican Donald Trump, and one was undecided.
Millennials tend to be the ones who say want to change the world the most, yet they are the least likely to be proactive about it and vote.