Anchor: Even during Election week a local boy’s family still show up to protest against their county’s courts. Marynette Holmes has more.
Over the past few years, a growing trend is becoming more apparent in the sphere of politics — left versus right. Reporter Connor Steffen takes a closer look at what’s fueling the partisan divide.
The KSU Republicans and Democrats have been hard at work these last two weeks going into Super Tuesday. They have been phone banking for their respective candidates, and I sat down with their respective leadership to discuss what they have been doing going into the final closing arguments of this presidential race.
Residents of Kent are even more divided than ever, with reports of political signs being stolen all around the area. Our reporter Rachel Gross took a look at how this can be considered a crime.
The semester began with high racial tension due to the messages painted on the front campus rock. With the presidential election approaching, Kent State is preparing for the unknown. Alencia Lang has the story.
We know that people across the country have shown up in record numbers to vote early or by absentee. Ben Pagani went to Cleveland to take us through that process in a metropolitan setting, especially with concerns among the virus rising again.
College students have always been told their vote is the most important for the election, but what are those issues that matter most to them? Ian Herrmann has the story.
IF YOU VOTED ABSENTEE THIS ELECTION, YOU SHOULDN’T WORRY ABOUT YOUR BALLOT NOT BEING COUNTED. OUR REPORTER HALEE SEPULVEDA CAN TELL YOU WHY.
Although we’re used to looking at November 3 as the end of the presidential campaigning season, we might not know who wins until days or even weeks after Election Day. Our Maddy Haberberger breaks down possible scenarios.