The Charger Bulletin

Let’s Get Political, Political

Let’s Get Political, Political

Mia Steadman, Contributing Writer

March 31, 2020

We can poke fun at Boomers all we want, but they are beating us where it counts: at the polls. Gone are the days of changing the channel when politics come up or excusing yourself from the dinner table when things got political. As college students, brand new to adulthood, it's time for us to pay...

Is it Worth it to Vote in A Predominantly Blue or Red State?

Is it Worth it to Vote in A Predominantly Blue or Red State?

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

Is it important for people in a red state like Arkansas or a blue state like Connecticut to vote for their party? In short, yes. It is possible to change the political climate of a state, though that only happens if everyone votes and the change could take decades, but it is possible. The most...

Why I Believe and Support the Electoral College

Why I Believe and Support the Electoral College

Teresa Hoeckh, Guest Writer

April 2, 2019

You hear it often: politicians, young and old, are looking to undo our Founding Fathers design to protect minority interests, direct power to the states, and stabilize our two-party system. Just a few years ago, talk of the Electoral College’s fairness was of interest to virtually no one, and a move...

Cast Your Vote NOW!

Cast Your Vote NOW!

Rebecca Tatera, Staff Writer

November 3, 2018

The most important thing you can do right now is vote. Nothing will impact your future, career, family, or education more than voting. The power to change the future for yourself, and others, is at your fingertips. There is no excuse as to why you shouldn’t be going to the polls to vote for the...

Students Encouraged to “Charge the Vote”

Liana Teixeira

September 7, 2013

College “is where it starts,” said President Kaplan on the importance of the student vote. With the West Haven Democratic primaries fast approaching, Kaplan and other UNH administrators are encouraging registered students to cast their votes. At the Sept. 6 USGA meeting, Kaplan, along w...

More on USGA Elections

Joann Wolwowicz

March 28, 2012

Continuing with my editorial topic from last week, this week I am going to focus more on the importance of voting in the USGA elections. Last week, to recap, I made a point to stress the importance of getting to know the candidates, find out what they stand for, and what they promise to do. Did you ...

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