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Reporter Brendan Quealy, who works at the Traverse City Record-Eagle where I interned this summer, was pushed up against a fence and punched in the face last month while covering an anti-mask rally.
On April 14, the League of Women Voters of Mount Pleasant Area (LWVMP) hosted a virtual town hall discussing redistricting and gerrymandering in Michigan, focusing on communities of interest.
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences invited distinguished names in journalism to talk politics, misinformation and administration past and present for its 2021 Griffin forum April 12.
During this election, we saw the biggest electoral turnout in U.S. history. Over 66.7 percent of Americans cast their election for president in 2020 and mail-in voting hit an all-time high.
In Paul Lauria's eyes, police and politics don't mix.
Central Michigan University’s Department of Political Science and Public Administration presented “Unpacking the Chaos at the Capitol” on Jan. 14. The virtual panel discussion is part of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences "Critical Engagements: Questions that Matter" series.
The world watched as MAGA supporters and allies stormed up the steps of the United States capitol Building to riot during Congress’ Electoral College Count earlier this afternoon.
America is celebrating.
Voters spent days refreshing websites hoping to see updated election results before major news outlets finally called the 2020 Presidential Election on Nov. 7. in favor of Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
A group of more than 150 Trump supporters gathered at Mount Pleasant Speedway Nov. 8 for two hours to protest the president-elect Joe Biden.
Election results are finally in after an election source-programing malfunction caused the county's I.T. department to hand-enter tabulator results into the system by hand.
Former Central Michigan University faculty member Sen. Gary Peters beat challenger John James after an incredibly tight race.
Mount Pleasant voters elected Will Joseph and Olivia Cyman to the city commission for three-year terms from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2023.
In 2000, Carolyn Dewitt sat in her dorm room right before that year’s presidential election. Dewitt just turned 18, missing the voter registration deadline, but spoke to her roommates about voting. She thought voting did not matter and nothing will change when she votes in the future.
Republican incumbent Roger Hauck will retain his 99th District state representative seat after defeating Democratic challenger John Zang in the Nov. 3 general election.
The Speaker Series Committee at Central Michigan University is presenting “Rock the Vote," where students will discuss and learn about the impact of their vote.
With students mailing in ballots and making plans to travel home on election day, two student-run organizations are encouraging their peers to vote for their party.
On Nov. 3, Michigan voters overwhelmingly voted yes on Proposal One and Proposal Two, adjusting the use of state and local park funding and adding electronic advancement in privacy legislation under the Fourth Amendment
The 2020 general election will be written into history as one of the most polarizing and impactful events of modern times.
Central Michigan University alumnus Brett Holey will be directing the Vice Presidential debate at 9 p.m. tonight in Salt Lake City, Utah.