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Trump Falsely Claims 3 Million People Voted Illegally

President-elect Trump has once again made history.

In a claim unlike anything we’ve seen from previous presidents, Trump made a fact-less allegation that “millions of people… 327 more words

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Third-Party Candidates Johnson, Stein Could Have Cost Clinton the Election

President-elect Donald Trump won four key battleground states – Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida – in order to win the election. In all of these states, the vote total between Trump and Clinton was less than a few hundred thousand votes and, in some cases, only differed by as little as 11,000 votes. 489 more words

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Solar Amendment Campaign Continues To Raise Millions In Finals Days Before Vote

(This story was originally a class assignment but has since been changed during the editing process to be published by WUFT News. This story was written on deadline for both class and WUFT. 649 more words

An analysis of voter fraud and Trump’s 'rigged' election claims

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been using a new campaign strategy.

“Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election day. 498 more words

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Welcome to The Election of a Lifetime

Welcome!

My name is Ramsey Touchberry and I’m a third-year broadcast journalism major at the University of Florida. I am a reporter for WUFT -FM 89.1 which is the local NPR station for the Gainesville, Ocala and surrounding areas. 113 more words

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Florida School Suspensions Down; Local Schools Mirror Trend

Florida schools are suspending fewer students.

According to Florida Department of Education data, Florida K-12 school suspensions are at a three-year low.  During the 2011-2012 school year, more than 425,600 students were suspended.  150 more words

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UF’s College of Medicine Achieves Highest-Ever Ranking

The University of Florida’s College of Medicine received its highest-ever ranking in U.S. News & World Report’s annual report of the nation’s best research medical schools. 232 more words

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