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Connecticut’s major 2022 elections: updates and voter involvement

Connecticut’s major 2022 elections: updates and voter involvement

Lillian Newton, Politics Editor September 13, 2022

Along with many other states across the United States., Connecticut is holding a general election this fall to elect new representatives for multiple positions. For Connecticut, these include electing...

The outsde of the church of the Holy Spirit, were members of District One vote, Nov. 1, West Haven.

West Haven residents go vote under cloudy skies and cold weather

Samuel Weinmann, Politics Editor November 9, 2021

Perspective Despite dark clouds looming over the city and the cold weather, citizens of West Haven still showed up to vote during election day on Nov. 2. At the District One polling location, the...

Angela Merkel at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, 2007.

Angela Merkel loses chancellorship and contingency to SPD candidates

Lillian Newton, Contributing Writer October 12, 2021

The preliminary results are in; the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) has narrowly won the national election held on Sept. 26, and ended Angela Merkel’s 16-year conservative chancellorship of...

Donald J. Trump and President Joseph R. Biden.

Biden falls in polls: What this could mean for 2024

Jada Mirabelle, Contributing Writer September 21, 2021

Perspective President Joseph R. Biden, one of the most popular presidents elected with a record-breaking eighty-one million votes, is now facing a major decline in the polls. Biden’s overall disapproval...

Meet the Candidates USGA Spring Elections

Meet the Candidates USGA Spring Elections

Beth Beaudry, Contributing Writer February 21, 2020

University students met the candidates for the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) spring 2020 election in Bucknall Theatre on Feb. 13. Candidates for president, treasurer, and senator...

Youth Political Participation at an All-Time Low

Youth Political Participation at an All-Time Low

Amanda M. Castro, Contributing Writer October 26, 2019

Political participation and voter turnout among young people are at an all-time low. According to, the national voter turnout in the United States 2016 presidential election was 46%. Similarly,...

Nancy Rossi Elected Mayor Of West Haven

Nancy Rossi Elected Mayor Of West Haven

Glenn Rohrbacker, Editor in Chief November 7, 2017

Updated 11/8/17 at 9:29 a.m. to include result statistics. Democrat Nancy Rossi was declared winner of West Haven’s mayoral election Tuesday night. Rossi won after a long and contentious campaign...

USGA Looks For New Treasurer and Class Officers

USGA Looks For New Treasurer and Class Officers

Christina Genovese, Community Engagement Editor September 10, 2017

Election season is underway at the University of New Haven. The Undergraduate Student Government Association is in the process of electing a treasurer. In addition, the Class of 2019 and the Class of 2021...

Meet the Candidates

Miriam Correia March 19, 2015

Presidential Election   James Kielar loves USGA, is a volunteer firefighter and Sergeant at Arms of the Class of 2016.  He believes the “Rules should be working for people,” and that USGA needs...

Presidential Candidates

The Charger Bulletin March 27, 2013

 This week, the Charger Bulletin Staff asked Presidential and Treasurer candidates to answer a question regarding their perceived goals. We graciously thank all of the USGA candidates for their willingness...

Treasurer Candidates

The Charger Bulletin March 27, 2013

Question: "What is the biggest challenge facing USGA in the next academic year and how would you work to solve it?” Isaak Kifle The biggest challenge that USGA will face in the next academic year...

What Just Happened? Debriefing the Presidential Election

Elizabeth Field November 28, 2012

Let’s face it: campaigns just are not what they used to be. In the most recent installment of UNH’s Current Issues Discussion titled, “What Just Happened? Debriefing the 2012 Presidential Election,”...

The Election is Over…Now What?

Elizabeth Field November 14, 2012

I woke up for the first time in months able to finally breathe. Nearly a year of inescapable debates, vicious advertisements and incoherent Facebook statuses plaguing my every waking moment had culminated...

Students Get Inside Look at Political Process

The Charger Bulletin November 7, 2012

By UNH Today In Cristal Reyes’s mind, her history classes and what is taking place in politics are inextricably linked. “Being interested in politics is second nature to me,” she said. “You...

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