Vote Here!

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The red, white, and blue VOTE HERE signs welcomed voters to the Bloomsburg fire department to cast their vote for the next president of the United States.

Showing Up at the Polls in Style

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Students trailed in throughout the day before or after classes in casual attire. However, the majority of African American students, as if premeditated, came to vote dressed differently.

How to (almost) Win an Election in 36 hours

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As of 10pm Monday night, national polls suggest that John McCain trails Barack Obama by 7% in the popular vote, and by over 122...

Will thousands of new voters gum up voting process?

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By Tanya Pecorari The 2008 presidential election is finally closing in today with a record high of 8.75 million Pennsylvanian registered to vote. One question that...

First Time Voting, Still Undecided

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This election is expected to get a lot of votes from Generation Y, as most of them will be voting for a presidential candidate for their first time.

Election Day Can’t Come Soon Enough

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If you are beginning to feel bothered by the constant bombardment of the attention given to the candidates by the media, you are not alone. It is inescapable.

Wrong Precinct Does Not Stop Obama Supporter

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With 20 minutes left until her first class, Emily Brown rushed out of her Main Street apartment on Nov. 4 with one arm in...

New American Citizen Casts His Vote

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Every morning Mikhail Litvinov, a 21-year-old senior at Bloomsburg University, commutes to school from his house in Drums. Litvinov has been anxiously awaiting this Tuesday morning in November.

Winds of war: BU students weigh in on Iraq

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  Christina Beckham Courtney Jones, wearing ball shorts and a T-shirt, flops on her bed that overlooks the basketball court outside Columbia Hall.Her dorm room is...

First Time Voter Supports McCain to Bring Change

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Tara Fitzgerald eagerly waited for today so she could vote for Presidential Candidate John McCain. She looks forward to being an active member in her community as well as voicing her long awaited opinion.

Make Your Voice Heard

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As a young voter, I know that I am not heard in the political system. I also know that voting is a way for my...

Election Enthusiasm, Caught on Film

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BU Now reporters took to the campus to capture some of the election energy on film.  There is no doubt that the majority of...

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Special Election Set for January 31st

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State Senator John Gordner, from the 27th district, resigned from his position on November 30th. To accept a position to counsel Kim Ward. Kim...

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Obam-uration: View From The Voice

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The papers on January 21 all had similar lines. "The Press Enterprise" stated: “A jubilant crowd of more than a million…stood for hours in frigid temperatures Tuesday to witness a young black man with a foreign-sounding name take command of a nation founded by slaveholders.” It later said “He had a message for the world: ‘We are ready to lead.’ Meaning that he, the young African American, was ready to lead.”

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