Tag: voting

Opinion

The repercussions of isolationism

Counties have grown increasingly partisan, highlighting the growing dissention between political parties, according to a recent analysis of voting results. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE America has become a clearly divided nation.  People are moving to counties that reflect their political and ideological beliefs, and thus are facing little-to-no conflicting opinions, […]

News

MSC serves as polling location

Voters in the USF precinct will be able to vote at the Marshall Student Center (MSC) on Election Day. Those who want to vote at the MSC must be registered with the precinct and have an address within its boundaries, according to Gerri Kramer, director of communications at the Supervisor […]

Opinion

EDITORIAL: History has its eyes on you

Students should utilize their right to vote and make a difference in this election. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE Tomorrow will be students’ last chance to make a difference in this election.  Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and students should make filling out a ballot a priority. […]

Opinion

Super Tuesday dependent on millennial voters

With Super Tuesday this week, many people have begun to question whether the election really matters to the college student population. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, voters between the ages of 18 and 24 have consistently had a lower turnout than all other age groups since 1962. On average, […]