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The top of the picture is pro-Trump riots storming the Capitol Building. The bottom left is senator Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. Bottom right Nancy Pelosi announcing her impeachment for Trump with the 25th amendment.

A Blue America: A follow up to my last article on the 2020 senate run-off election

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor January 16, 2021

Senate Run-off Results: On Tuesday, Jan 5 the election centers opened, and the people of Georgia seemingly held their breath waiting for the results. The special election run-off finished first between...

All the way to the left Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock and next to him, Jon Osoff. Next to him David Perdue, and all the way right Kelly Loeffler.

The Fate of the World Rests on Georgia’s Shoulders in Upcoming Senate Run-offs

Jen Vincent, Literature Editor December 15, 2020

There are two very important senate run-off election dates happening in Georgia. This could lead to the majority of the senate being either red or blue. The two run-off elections are set for Jan. 5, 2021....

 President-elect, Joe Biden, after his acceptance speech on Nov. 7. Biden beat Trump with 290 Electoral votes, Trump only having 214. Photo from Vox.

Projected to Win the 2020 Presidential Election: Joe Biden

Cynda Allen, Opinion/Features Editor November 10, 2020

Joseph R. Biden was elected as the 46th president of the United States on Saturday, Nov. 7. Biden defeated President Donald Trump after winning Pennsylvania, which brought his total Electoral College votes...

The famous Uncle Sam photo urging people to vote with a twist. The face of a baby is portrayed to show how voting influences future generations. Photo from aiga.org.

Why You Need to Vote

Drew Bearden, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

Everyone should vote. Let me say that again, EVERYONE SHOULD VOTE. It is in the foundation of our democratic republic that we as the people should vote. Here’s what people do not understand: if you...

This photo was taken by a Journalist of Chicago Tribune at the Inaugural Ball. This photo captures Obama’s free spirit and consistent happy outlook on life in spite of all the political drama.

How Barack Obama Renewed America

Lauryn Almand, Staff Writer April 12, 2017

The past eight years have bore many changes in the United States of America. Whether it be good or bad, Barack Obama contributed to many of these transformations in our country. It was a period of freedom,...

Make sure that you are registered to vote several months in advance of the election you plan to vote in. Many states do not allow people to register on the day of an election, with cutoff dates usually being a few weeks beforehand.

Get Out and Vote

Jack Scott, Staff Writer January 10, 2017

After school on the Friday before election day, I drove down to the Cumming City Hall and voted early. It took me about ten minutes, not even the time it took to get down there. There were only about five...

In the November 2016 election, Amendment 1 was defeated while Amendments 2, 3, and 4 were all passed.

Georgia’s 2016 Ballot Decisions

Abigail Ingram , Staff Writer December 14, 2016

Despite the enormous amount of drama and rioting in the media recently because of the election, Georgia’s citizens had more than just one pressing decision to make: amendments 1, 2, 3 and 4 to be exact. Amendment...

Notes from Noah: Why We Won’t Accept the President-Elect

Notes from Noah: Why We Won’t Accept the President-Elect

Noah Smith, Opinion Editor December 9, 2016

Protests have broken out all across the nation in an attempt to make a statement against the election of Donald Trump for presidency. The vast majority of these protests have been extremely peaceful, with...

“It was an injustice that so many Americans would vote for him,” said one woman who refused to give her name, “I’m just happy it all worked out in the end.”

Anti-Trump Protests Work, Hillary Now President-Elect

Daniel Snodgrass, Staff Writer November 15, 2016

In light of the numerous anti-Trump protests across America, both the Senate and the House of Representatives have unanimously voted to ignore the results of the recent election and make Hillary Clinton...

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.

Trump or Hillary? Either Way, Good Luck America

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,...

Various North students show their support of their favorite candidate. There is a wide variety of Trump, Hillary, and Neither supporters here at NFHS.

The Election: Is America headed for victory or defeat?

Lauryn Almand, Staff Writer November 2, 2016

When the ballot for the 2016 Presidential Campaign was announced back in August 2015, The United States divided into a sea of controversy. Complaints bombarded each candidate as more citizens began forming...

Tensions ran high during the second presidential debate, which took place last Sunday at Washington University.  Trump and Hillary surprised viewers with their harsh words against each other, including Trump’s statement, “If I win I will ask for a special prosecutor to investigate you,” and Hillary’s appeal that “Trump doesn’t have the discipline to be a good leader.”

Recent Presidential Debates Get Heated

Emily Stocksdale, Literature Editor October 17, 2016

The recent presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump has sparked much controversy in America over which candidate is truly best suited for the position...

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