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Biden and Harris Take the Presidency

After a neck-and-neck brawl between the 2020 presidential candidates, the American public has voted to replace Republican President Trump with a new Commander in Chief, Democrat President-Elect Joe Biden.  Biden, the left-wing candidate, plans to walk into the White House this January with an Electoral College and Popular Vote  majority …

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California GOP Ballot Boxes

On Monday, October 12th, California state officials mandated an immediate cease-and-desist order to members of the Republican party, after unauthorized ballot boxes began to appear in Southern California cities. According to the Washington Post, California GOP officials placed these unofficial boxes and encouraged people in the state to deliver ballots …

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Joe Biden’s Worst Nightmare

While Democrats gain confidence in former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead in the election polls, others note that their hope may be short-lived. Biden’s polls appear similar to those of 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who lost the election despite winning the popular vote. Clinton is often criticized for …

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The Race for District 3 San Diego County Supervisor

As November 3 approaches,  Americans are shifting their focus onto the most paramount election: the presidency. With the  majority of Americans’ attention centered on the future leader of the country, smaller, more local elections tend to be overlooked. The presidential election, with its many twists and turns, never leaves a …

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Democracy Delivered

The rising tensions between political parties and constant policy debates perfectly describe this time of year: election season. As election day quickly approaches, Americans must make a nation-altering decision. On November 3, American citizens will fill in that bubble, in an attempt to change the country for the better.  Before …

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The Founding Fathers of Politics Club

With the 2020 election right around the corner, newly legal highschool voters are becoming more politically involved so they can make the best choice possible when the time comes. Teenagers, specifically 18 year olds,  have been intrigued by the numerous political debates and campaigns going on and have found themselves …

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Political mayhem in the primaries

The race to the 2016 elections is officially in full speed with the Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina,  and Nevada Caucuses completed. Texas Senator Ted Cruz won Iowa  with Donald Trump placing second in the GOP. Once in New Hampshire, Trump took the lead with John Kasich in second, and …

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