primary

Op-Ed: Request your absentee ballot

For many students who are not currently living in Missouri but are registered to vote here, July 22 is your last day to ensure that your vote will be counted in the August 4 primary.

There are strong candidates running that deserve your consideration, but there is one ballot initiative that we all have a responsibility to vote for and where your vote counts: Amendment 2, Medicaid expansion.

Philip Keisler | Class of 2022

Devastating Super Tuesday annihilates Liz Warren’s campaign

“Sukiyaki” is a 1960’s pop song by crooner Kyu Sakamato, when things feel hopeless, I listen to “Sukiyaki” and feel comforted.

| Senior Editor

Missouri Democratic primary: Why you should vote

As Washington University students, we have an opportunity to make our voices heard and elect a president who will represent our values.

Zachary Opengart | Wash. U. College Democrats

Don’t let Iowa discourage you from voting

What I want to stress about this major blunder is to not let it be a discouragement from engaging in the primary process.

Tyler Sabloff | Senior Forum Editor

The presidential candidate’s guide to pandering to St. Louis millennials

The Missouri presidential primary is next Tuesday, March 15, which means that most Washington University students will have left St. Louis for warmer climates. But for those who will be in St. Louis, the candidates will have plenty of pandering to do to capture the millennial vote.

Carpool encourages WU students to vote early

WashU For Bernie volunteers are driving Washington University students of all political stripes to the polls so they can vote in the Missouri primary.

| Staff Reporter

NBC’s Chuck Todd talks election 2012

Filling Graham Chapel with people and occasional chuckles, NBC’s Chuck Todd talked about what people can expect from the 2012 election: a close race.

Fightin’-Dem Blues

Missouri Democrats are troubled by the prospect of a primary race between Reps. Russ Carnahan and William Lacy Clay over the U.S. House of Representatives seat for Missouri’s first congressional district. Last week, U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan signed up on the first day of candidate filing to run against fellow Democrat U.S. Rep.

| News Editor

Wash. U. students change allegiance as Republican race continues

As the field of Republican candidates narrows, students at Washington University are struggling to choose their favorites as the race plays out among the four remaining candidates: Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul. Freshman Kaitlin McTague used to support Michelle Bachmann but is now leaning toward Romney.

| Contributing Reporter

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