Trump voters remain divided over the election results a month after the race has been called for Biden – Updated

By Cecilia Markley Pennsylvania voter Dino Damico has been a strong supporter of President Donald Trump throughout his presidential term. Damico maintains his belief that Trump won the election nearly a month after the election has been called for President-elect Joe Biden and as states continue to certify election results. Damico said that he votedContinue reading “Trump voters remain divided over the election results a month after the race has been called for Biden – Updated”

Pennsylvanians face challenges voting by mail with less than a week before Election Day

By Cecilia Markley Updated Friday, Oct. 30 While Election Day is less than a week away, voters across Pennsylvania have been returning mail-in ballots for several weeks. Over 2 million mail-in or absentee ballots have been cast as of Thursday, according to a spokesperson for the Pennsylvania Department of State. Some Pennsylvanians who requested mail-inContinue reading “Pennsylvanians face challenges voting by mail with less than a week before Election Day”

House Subcommittee on Government Operations holds hearing to investigate alleged conflicts of interest and corruption by Postmaster DeJoy – Updated

Members and witnesses spar over allegations of business conflicts, straw donations and financial corruption. By Cecilia Markley The House Subcommittee on Government Operations discussed allegations of corruption and straw donations against Postmaster General Louis DeJoy in a hearing last Monday. DeJoy, who was appointed by the United States Postal Service Board of Governors on MayContinue reading “House Subcommittee on Government Operations holds hearing to investigate alleged conflicts of interest and corruption by Postmaster DeJoy – Updated”

Pennsylvanians prepare for general election amid pandemic and new voting rules – Updated

By Cecilia Markley The Nov. 3 general election is less than four weeks away, and Pennsylvania is considered one of the most essential swing states in determining the presidency. But the COVID-19 pandemic hit just as the state was preparing for the primary, and for the past seven months has drastically altered the lives ofContinue reading “Pennsylvanians prepare for general election amid pandemic and new voting rules – Updated”

President of AU Students for Justice in Palestine shares thoughts on foreign policy and civil rights

By Cecilia Markley Foreign policy is front of mind these days for Moe Elsherbiny, president of American University Students for Justice in Palestine, the AU division of the pro-Palestinian student activism organization. He expressed his view that the United States should not be involved in the affairs of any foreign nations. “All the military basesContinue reading “President of AU Students for Justice in Palestine shares thoughts on foreign policy and civil rights”

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