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Students and the 2016 Election

Students and the 2016 Election

   In the 2012 election, 19% of voters were millennials. In this 2016 election, college students are being pushed more than ever before to get out their and vote for who they think is suited to be our next President of the United States. On-campus political groups have been reaching out all semester to make sure each and every student who is eligible to vote can use that knowledge and power in the polls.

Hillary For America

Hillary For America

As more politicians throw their hats into the ring, one 2016 presidential candidate sticks out among the rest. Hillary Clinton strives once more to become the first female President of the United States. [bbrvideo]BBR_DERWIN_S7_CLINTON[/bbrvideo] After months of speculation, Hillary Clinton finally announced her run for the 2016 Presidency. With years of government experience in Washington D.C., her endeavor to become the first female US President is more realistic than ever. Hana Barkowitz, President of the Kent State College Democrats organization,…

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Portage County prepares for election day

Portage County prepares for election day

On November 4,  Americans from coast to coast will head to the polls to take advantage of what is perhaps their most valued right: Voting. In Ohio and across the nation, local Boards of Elections are responsible for making sure the day’s events go as smooth as possible. Currently in Portage County, the Board of Elections is in the process of proofing all of their ballots set to go to different cities and polling locations. The candidates and issues are already known,…

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A New Plan for USG

A New Plan for USG

The Kent Market is a place where students can get some grub. However, a recent incident with food mislabeling has prompted one USG member to advocate a new food labeling policy. TV2’s Jon Huntsman has the story.