Since 2016, both parties have lost registered voters

November 1, 2018 0

Jared Hameloth News Editor Every election year there is a significant push to get as many new voters registered as possible. This year is no different, and like the state’s overall political atmosphere, Pennsylvania remains

Are absentee ballots absent from United States polls?

March 2, 2016 0

Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer With the presidential primaries in full motion, Americans may be starting to think about Election Day. Many states are starting the process of primary voting, which occurs on a pre-designated day.

Are you feeling lucky? Iowa Coin flip decides winner

February 17, 2016 0

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor No matter your political affiliation, most people agree that a crucial part of our nation’s identity is our democratic methods of selecting representation. It makes sense to us, and it’s

The election business

October 14, 2015 0

  Jacob Shaika Staff Writer It’s that time again when presidential hopefuls begin to hit the campaign trail in one of America’s oldest traditions, the presidential election. As in years past, there will be speeches,

The Republican debate: A summary

October 7, 2015 0

Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer What do you get when you throw a reality TV star, a former CEO and a retired pediatric neurosurgeon in with a bunch of politicians? The answer is a GOP debate.

Student Senate gets a facelift

May 1, 2013 0

Anthony Jadus Senate Recorder The Student Senate election went well as there were a decent amount of voters trying to put their say into who will be their future representatives. There were a total of