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How Careless Political Friction Affects Public Opinion

How Careless Political Friction Affects Public Opinion

Published on February 16, 2023, at 6:49 p.m.by Ginger Morrow. The United States government is not without its fair share of public controversies. Some, however, inordinately capture the public’s attention, and one such example is the tumultuous election of the now-U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.

How Social Media Platforms Have Impacted the Upcoming Election

How Social Media Platforms Have Impacted the Upcoming Election

Published on October 2, 2020, at 6:11 p.m. by Emily Safron As the United States gears up for one of the most critical elections in the nation’s history, social media has become essential in keeping up with the news. While there are many benefits to

Rebranding 2016

Rebranding 2016

Published on November 10, 2016, at 6:41 p.m. by Ashley Stults. The 2016 election has been like no other. Both parties have used uncharacteristic political tactics and seen unpredictable voting. While the Democrats had an unexpected split within the party – as many young voters gravitated

Trump Jr. Tastes the Rainbow

Trump Jr. Tastes the Rainbow

Published on September 30, 2016, at 4:10 p.m. By Ashley Stults As if this election season hasn’t been enough of a train wreck, Donald Trump Jr. recently added to the chaos when he tweeted a picture of a bowl of Skittles with the words “If I had

Buzzword or Buzzkill

With the presidential election just days away and the final debate only a memory, we have seen numerous buzzwords and slogans thrown out there. Obama is begging for “change” at every campaign stop he makes and as the television show Saturday Night Live suggested, Palin

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