By Andrea ValdezBroadcast News Director Photos by Cassidy Noelle Every year, Student Senate hold elections through OrgSync at the beginning of September to elect the new officers for the school year. This year elections were held Sep. 15-16. The newly elected officers were sworn into office at

 Featured photo by Madison Heiser As Americans’ party affiliations and ideologies become increasingly polarized as the next presidential election approaches, voting (specifically among younger citizens) has become even more essential to preserve the functionality of the U.S.’ political system.  According to a June 2020 study by the

 With the 2020 presidential election approaching, advertisements for campaigns are inescapable. Any voter will be hit with a barrage of ads by all candidates, but said voter isn’t readily given information on how to vote.  “Many students here on campus have never even voted before because

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  Leading over 24 polls in various states across the country, Donald Trump is announced as the 45th President of the U.S. According to CBS News, it is certain that the candidate is elected as the new President, despite not having won in some states. Trump had his victory against Clinton

Please refresh the page to see updated election results. 62.49% Precincts Reporting Straight Party Democratic Party (DEM)   15604 29.16% Green Party (GRN)   132 0.25% Libertarian Party (LIB)   569 1.06% Republican Party (REP)   37203 69.53% President and Vice President Donald J. Trump / Mike Pence (REP)   58627 69.58% Gary Johnson / William Weld (LIB)   2060 2.44% Hillary Clinton / Tim Kaine (DEM)  

Alexis Long Student Life Editor With election day right at our front door, emotions are set on high. As the fight to win the 2016 presidential election heats up, some voters may not understand what the candidates are for and against. With four candidates leading the polls, the

Alexis Long Student Life Editor Election day is nigh and sometimes crucial information eludes young voters. Tuesday, Oct. 11 marked the last day to register to vote if residents wish to participate in the November general election. Karen Nelson, Elections Administrator for Smith County, says the information isn’t