Sanders voters remain faithful

Sanders voters remain faithful

At the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Hillary Clinton was named the party’s presidential nominee. Some Bernie Sanders supporters, however, are not giving up the fight. As Clinton’s campaign accepts large donations from corporate sources and billionaires, Sanders supporter UTD Democratic Socialist President Nicholas St. John said he questions what interests...

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Clinton’s nomination sets precedent for women

Clinton’s nomination sets precedent for women

Women have come a long way in American politics since Victoria Woodhull became the first female to run for president of the United States in 1872. Last week, Hillary Clinton’s nomination for presidency by a major party launched women even further in their journey to find a place in American...

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Build Your Ballot

Build Your Ballot

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Study Your Candidate

Study Your Candidate

Get to know the Democratic and Republican frontrunners’ platforms

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Sander’s imperfect, most viable candidate

Mainstream media focuses on positives of Vermont senator, fails to mention democratic socialist’s history of imperialist foreign policy Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign has received much political coverage in recent weeks after a strong showing at the Democratic Debate on Jan. 19, the release of a single-payer universal health care...

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2016

2016

Presidential hopefuls gear up for another race, attempt to connect with millenials As the nation prepares to cast ballots on Nov. 8, the race for the presidency is beginning to take shape. Democratic candidates currently running for presidency include former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Governor of Maryland Martin...

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Split Decision

Split Decision

The first Democratic presidential debate was hosted on Oct. 13. News outlets across the board gave former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the nod as the night’s victor, but polls found a majority of people who watched the debate thought that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was the winner.

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