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Voting begins for SGA Presidential Election

SGA presidential candidates and their running mates gathered early Monday morning to kick off the first day of voting. Tents and mini voting stations were set up all over campus with the main hub residing right outside the Student Union. 348 more words


Rock The Vote.

Peace ultimately starts with you. It’s not about being black or white, Christian or Muslim, etc. there’s a certain level of humanity one must have (or I would hope one would have). 186 more words


Kelly Smith for 89th district KY House


Special election February 27th for parts of Madison and Laurel Counties and all of Jackson County for all who may be interested.


P.S. – to be fair and equal, I am sure there is a Republican candidate, but I don’t know who that may be. 44 more words

Vote for iWantClips - Clip Site of the Year!

Congratulations to US!!! We got nominated for BEST clip site of the year  and with your help, we are going to turn that nomination into an award! 67 more words


Whose To Blame: The Politician or The Public?

How important is voting?

If we want change within our cities and governments who’s to blame when things get worst? The politicians or the public? If you don’t vote, can you blame politicians for things you don’t agree with or want to change? 60 more words


The Democratic Slate: Veronica DeLandro, Molly McGuire Seek Ward One Council Seats

Veronica T. DeLandro and Molly McGuire, the Democratic candidates for Ward 1 Common Council in the November 7th city election, are stressing their concerns about the quality of education and protecting the city’s watershed as they campaign in the district that includes three polling places — Slade, Vance and the VFW Hall (replacing New Britain High School this year). 314 more words

Rock The Vote