State Senate: two uncontested, two not called on election night

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State Senate races took place across Utah on Nov. 3. Districts across the state elected new representatives from their districts to bring important issues and policies to the governor. Many […]

Spencer Cox is Utah’s next governor

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Republican candidate Spencer Cox was elected as the new Utah governor on Nov. 3 at 8 p.m., according to the Associated Press. Cox received 69.5 percent of votes. Democratic candidate […]

Resilience of student organizations and election civility at town hall

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President Brad Mortensen acknowledged the difficulties of this school year so far and showed appreciation to student organizations that have carried on in spite of restrictions during a Town Hall […]

Do you know your news? Nov. 3

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1) According to Michael McDonald, a professor at the University of Florida who specializes in American elections, how many early votes will be cast by Nov. 3? a. 200 million […]

The voter’s path to the 2020 election

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The 2020 U.S. presidential election will take place on Nov. 3, and, for many, there is a lot at stake. Four major issues have helped shape the campaigns for the […]

WSU gets out the vote

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Clubs and organizations at Weber State University can earn funding by getting all members of any campus club or organization to register as voters through TurboVote. Students are eligible to […]

Vote smart

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When we were children, bullies threatened us to give them our lunch or money. As adults, bullying is much less straightforward. One form of bullying now is political cyberbullying, where […]