Campus

Campus responds to election results

December 9, 2016 Courtney Kauffman

Though the election concluded a month ago, the shock waves from the results are still resounding across the nation and on Truman State University’s campus. The 2016 national election results left many feeling unsettled because […]

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Third party votes matter

September 13, 2016 Will Chaney

This November is a very important month, but not because of Thanksgiving. No — it is election month. The month we get to choose who leads our country — Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. From what I’ve […]

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Vote for major party candidates

September 11, 2016 Will Chaney

Parties have been ingrained in our political culture since very early on in our country’s history. What this has done is create the environment in which the parties have gained power and influence over the political system. This system […]

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Clinton, Trump lead Missouri

March 16, 2016 Ingrid Roettgen

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With neck-and-neck results on both party lines and 99 percent of counties reporting results, Hillary Clinton narrowly leads the Democratic primary for Missouri, while Donald Trump narrowly leads Missouri for the Republicans. Clinton is leading with […]

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Will Missouri matter?

March 13, 2016 Taylor Lay

The presidential primaries are in motion, Super Tuesday has come and gone with media and candidate attention emphasizing the iconic day. With all of the hype placed on Super Tuesday, it’s fair to wonder to […]

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Our View: Down-Ballot Voting

February 27, 2016 Grace Bueckendorf

The presidential elections are always intense affairs, with candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties making grand promises to the American people in an effort to gain votes. The presidential primaries already have begun, with […]