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Trump or Hillary? Either Way, Good Luck America

Clinton and Trump are engaged in an intense debate, as they bicker over who is the better candidate. While they argue, the candidates avoid talking about important governmental topics. Photo taken by The Atlantic.

Ramya Raja, Staff Writer

November 7, 2016

One candidate has quite possibly leaked national secrets, while the other has filed for bankruptcy on four of his companies. This election’s presidential candidates are considerably not fit, qualified, nor able to run our nation's government for the next four years.   Despite her vast experience...

Do You Agree with the Presidential Candidates?

The election of the next president of the United States of America gets closer, and the race for the presidency intensifies. It’s important to know your options if you’re eligible to vote

Andrew Willings, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016

With the upcoming presidential election in November, it would be wise to learn everything about each presidential nominee and what they stand for, not just basing your vote off their behavior. If you don’t have time to do extensive research on each nominee, here is a brief overview of who the major...

Hillary Clinton’s Health Concerns

Clinton greets voters in New York City on Sunday morning, just hours before she would be escorted from the event with complaints of feeling “overheated.” She smiles widely, giving no indication to any potential health concerns. (Photo from anygator.com)

Holley Murray, Staff Writer

September 12, 2016

After leaving early from a 9/11 commemoration ceremony in New York City, democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton left voters with concerns regarding her health. Clinton has been noticeably coughing throughout her campaign, and left the ceremony on Sunday with reports of feeling “overheated....

Results of Super Tuesday

Thousands of people go to their local voting locations to give their opinion on who our next president should be.

Andrew Willings, Staff Writer

March 15, 2016

Every four years, coming along with the presidential election, there is an event called Super Tuesday, a day where the greatest number of U.S. states hold primary elections and caucuses. This year, Super Tuesday was on March 1st and had an outcome similar to what was expected. Thousands of people ...

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