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Superdelegates in Presidential Race Bolster Clinton

Alex Elchev, Reporter

September 28, 2016

These people’s votes count, not ours.   Superdelegates have been an integral part of presidential primaries on both sides of the aisle since their inception during the 1984 election. These party officials aren’t elected but rather chosen by the party itself. Superdelegates comprised 15% of the...

Third Party Candidates’ Effects on Election

Kieran Hogan, Reporter

September 26, 2016

Contrary to popular opinion, there are more options for President this election than Secretary of State and former first lady Hillary Clinton and billionaire real estate tycoon Donald Trump. There are plenty of third parties in the United States, and three with over 75,000 registered members: The ...

HHS Student Opinions on Trump Revealed

In this June 29, 2015, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles for a photographer before he addresses members of the City Club of Chicago, in Chicago. As other presidential candidates fight to raise money, Trump is reminding everyone he’s already got a lot of it. The celebrity businessman’s campaign was expected to reveal details on July 15 of his fortune, which he estimated last month at nearly $9 million when announcing his Republican presidential candidacy. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)

Sofia Suri, Reporter

September 22, 2016

Ambition, ego, money, and power- all words one newspaper believes one man can have. The book Trump Revealed was published on August 23rd, 2016. It was written by over 2 dozen writers from the Washington Post who crammed the book with court records, financial data, lawsuits, and Donald Trump's great...

Trump vs. Clinton Behavior in Spotlight

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at luncheon for the Economic Club of New York in New York, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Kate Sinz, Reporter

September 21, 2016

With the finish line right around the corner, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are battling to the very end. However, their weapon of choice isn’t exactly what some people are happy with. With the month of November close in sight, the top two candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, are no...

White Supremacists and Nationalists Endorse Presidential Candidate

In this May 29, 2004 file photo, Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke speaks to supporters in Kenner, La. Duke says he may run for Congress against the No. 3 House Republican, Steve Scalise of Louisiana. Scalise recently apologized for a speech he gave in 2002 to a white supremacist group founded by Duke. (AP Photo/Burt Steel, File)

Abby Shapiro, Feature Writer

September 20, 2016

Donald Trump has been known for bringing radical ideologies to the forefront, yet his slew of endorsement has defied even the lowest expectations.   David Duke, a former leader of the Klu Klux Klan and current Senate candidate in Louisiana, has endorsed Donald Trump for President. However, he is no...

The Broadcaster asks: What are your questions for the presidential debates?

In this Oct. 28, 1980 file photo, President Jimmy Carter shakes hands with Republican Presidential candidate Ronald Reagan after debating in the Cleveland Music Hall in Cleveland. The fall debates are always a big part of any presidential campaign. But with many 2016 voters underwhelmed by both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, this year’s debates could well be more influential than usual. In 1980, a cheerful Reagan shone in his debate against Carter, scolding him with a gentle “There you go again,” and posing a pointed closing question: “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” (AP Photo/Madeline Drexler, File)

Robert Sterner, Broadcaster advisor

September 14, 2016

The Broadcaster would like to know what questions you would like the moderators to ask during the three presidential debates between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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