By Emily Overholt, Campus Editor Dean of Students Kenneth Elmore shares his views on the 2012 Massachusetts election. All views expressed in this interview are that of an individual, not the thoughts of Boston University as a whole. Daily Free Press: Did you vote in this election? Kenneth Elmore: I did vote in this election. […]

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By Saba Hamedy, Staff Writer @saba_h On Election Day in the year 2000, my fourth grade teacher gave my class copies of a blank United States map. Our homework was to color in each state blue or red, based off the Electoral College tally as it was projected. Naturally, my 10-year-old self didn’t quite understand […]

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By Amira Francis, Staff Writer @Mircatfrancis Let’s focus on something a little less formal and a little more fun that has to do with this election season: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney’s Tumblr accounts. These gems (really, gems) reveal a bit about their campaigning styles outside of mainstream media. Scrolling through President Barack Obama’s campaign […]

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By Heather Goldin, Staff Writer @HeatherGoldin With the election just around the corner, you can’t forget that there are other names on the ballot, including U.S. Senate candidates and district representatives. If you are registered to vote in Massachusetts, then on the ballot you will find candidates Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren. After the three […]

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By Hilary Ribons, Staff Writer @hilaryalexisr Voting day is fast approaching! And for all of you who are registered Massachusetts voters, there are some issues that will be on the ballot that are sure to catch your attention. Now, what’s more interesting than something controversial? The Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Initiative, or Question 3, will be […]

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By Hilary Ribons, Staff Writer @hilaryalexisr It’s almost election time. And with a few televised political debates under our belts, it’s time to start considering who we are going to vote for. Though it’s truly entertaining to watch two politicians verbally duke it out, I was left at the end of the debates still seriously […]

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By Brandon Lewis, Staff Writer @Brandon_S_Lewis With the presidential election fewer than two weeks away, many Americans are finalizing their ballot selections. Some are watching playback of the highly publicized debates between Obama and Romney. Others are evaluating the candidates’ stances on important issues. The media and the majority of the country have focused on […]

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