Voters must hold President Biden to his campaign promise to pass a public option, so that America can finally achieve the goal of universal health coverage, writes Nicholas Black PO ’24.
OPINION: Focusing solely on age in elections often results in younger politicians who don’t govern in new ways, says Nicholas Black PO ’24.
Claremont McKenna College’s Rose Institute delivers nonpartisan information about California’s ballot propositions in its Video Voter Series.
Michaela Shelton PO ’21 and Naomi Tilles PO ’22 are working to increase voter turnout at Pomona through Pomona Votes.
It will take more than voting in the 2020 election to fix the U.S.’s problems, making voting less than the panacea it’s often touted as.
Sara Acevedo PO ’21 urges 5C students to vote for Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election if they want to help Puerto Rico.
In anticipation of the November election, Michaela Fogarty PZ ‘22 encourages college students to become poll workers to preserve democracy.
Claremont’s city council voted Tuesday to move to a by-district system of elections, an action that splits the 5Cs into three separate voting districts. Before the 3-2 vote, the city council held at-large elections to elect its five members. Under the new system, each city council member will be elected
In preparation for the midterm elections coming this November, several student groups across all the Claremont Colleges have been actively helping students register to vote and attain their absentee ballots this past month. Groups such as 5C Democrats, College Community Action Network, Laspa Center for Leadership, 5C Planned Parenthood, and
Though the Constitution originally allowed states to determine who had the right to vote, there have been important moments in our history that have led the United States to standardize certain requirements. We now find ourselves confronting yet another of these issues requiring a constitutional amendment: felon disenfranchisement. The method