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Millennials can change the political scene in 2018 midterm elections

Millennials can change the political scene in 2018 midterm elections

Evan Sully, Staff Writer

October 22, 2018


Filed under Nation & World

Millennial voters will have a chance to make their voices heard next month after posting the lowest turnout in nearly four decades during the 2014 midterms. A slate of newer Senate candidates, from Democratic congressman Beto O’Rourke in Texas to Republican candidate John James in Michigan, have...

Turning DePaul Blue Demons red: Party labels in Chicago

Turning DePaul Blue Demons red: Party labels in Chicago

Nicholas Oviatt

February 22, 2015


Filed under Opinions

The city of Chicago needs a swift kick in the butt. Get the guillotines set up in Grant Park and all of the city officials rounded up. Read More »...

The red dawn: Republican midterm gains have sweeping policy ramifications

The red dawn: Republican midterm gains have sweeping policy ramifications

Kevin Gross

November 9, 2014


Filed under Election 2014, Nation & World

By the end of the 2012 elections, Democrats were riding a momentous wave. President Barack Obama won re-election by a fair margin. Democrats won seven of the 11 governor seats up for grabs. Although Republicans retained House control, Democrats gained two seats in the Senate to slightly widen their h...

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