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A How to on Voting

A How to on Voting

Cristina Pimentel

October 15, 2016

With this year’s presidential election nearing, one of the frequently asked questions is, “Who are you voting for?” It seems that candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are inevitable. However, there are many questions and uncertainties on how to go about voting. It’s not ...

Students hit the polls for the Gubernatorial race

Students hit the polls for the Gubernatorial race

Mandi Gosling

November 3, 2010

Pot and pollution were the issues that brought a record number of CSUN students to the polls Tuesday. Susan Levin, poll inspector at the Satellite Student Union (SSU), said nearly 600 voters turned out at the SSU polling booth Tuesday.  This was an enormous increase compared with the 13 voters...

Students urge to vote in Tuesday’s election

Aimee Lastrella

November 1, 2010

Students are still encouraged to vote despite Mayor Gavin Newsom’s rally cancellation Monday. Nareg Babaians, the vice president-elect of the Young Democrats Club, said they had to turn away supporters from the Matador Square and although the cancellation of the Rock the Vote Rally with Mayor Newsom...

Research conducted by CSUN professor shows voters are influenced by ballot location

Rima Bek

October 25, 2010

A study shows that polling stations, where citizens are assigned to go vote during election season, are not as neutral as the public believes them to be. CSUN professor Dr. Abraham Rutchick, who conducted the study, found that a citizen’s vote can be impacted by where he or she goes to vote. “Our...

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