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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

Is voting cool now?

October 20, 2018 0

Jared Hameloth News Editor The midterm elections are coming up in a few weeks, and I’m sure you’re already tired of the rhetoric and the candidate ads. This piece is not going to be about

Jess King: The Ideal Candidate

October 3, 2018 0

Abi Risser Associate Opinion Editor As we proceed closer to November 6, candidate signs become more and more apparent throughout communities, including Millersville University. After recent redistricting, Millersville falls under the 11th district in this

Voter Vans take students to nearby polls

December 16, 2016 0

Sarah Tyler Staff Writer Students can assure their voice is heard in this upcoming election by voting at the polls using the free Millersville Voter Van hosted by the Office for Civic and Community Engagement

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.

New online voter registration

October 28, 2015 0

Julia Snyder Associate News Editor One of the earliest American History lessons children are taught is that on July 4, 1776, America declared its independence from the British. However, an equally important day in American

Unheard voice

November 28, 2012 0

Cat Ardes Staff Writer As you all know, on November 6 people around the country gathered at the polls to vote for the next president. Excitement and anticipation was built up throughout the day which

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