Articles tagged: Election
Meet the candidates: GUSA Executive
The Voice sat down with each Executive ticket to talk through their key policy platforms, budget plans, and overall goals.
Restoring GUSA’s reputation and improving student life on the ballot in the 2022 Senate elections
The Voice sat down with some of the senatorial candidates from the class of 2026 to discuss key initiatives and goals.
Solving polarization won’t fix our society’s injustices
Today’s society is not a utopia, and it’s important to realize that politics is and will always be personal—especially for marginalized communities, which is why it is necessary that we work towards progressive action instead of reduced polarization.
Vote for progressive D.C. challengers on June 21!
We judged candidates by their stances on issues we care about—housing justice, workers’ rights, and policing practices.
Write-in “MO” for GUSA Exec
The Voice Editorial Board endorses the Marcella/Otice slate, the MO campaign, for the GUSA Executive election.
Stop blaming political institutions for our problems. Politicians are responsible.
It's fashionable, right now, to blame political institutions for all the problems we see in our democracy. Resisting that impulse is important.
Why the Democrats must take party succession for 2024 seriously
If Democrats don't think seriously about succession, they risk more serious losses in 2022 and 2024. Energized, broad-appeal candidates will be key.
The Case for Phone-Banking
Phone-banking is fundamentally about channeling your emotions into productive change.
Vote Biden: It’s a moral imperative
Joe Biden is the best candidate for the U.S. presidency. After almost nine million positive tests and 228,000 deaths, America’s COVID-19 cases continue to skyrocket. With the COVID-19 pandemic posing... Read more
Who’s derailing the U.S. election? Hint: It’s not just Russia or China.
Misinformation campaigns may be signaling the start of the end of true pluralism.
I was a poll worker during COVID: Here’s why I’m worried for November’s election
The protocols in place worked for our small election, with only 1-2 voters per hour. However, much higher turnout in November will complicate that, especially with the convergence of voters from all parties.
Eyes that Gleam with Liberty Green
“I announced this morning that I am suspending my campaign for president,” Elizabeth Warren said on March 5 with a tone that was, for her supporters, strangely hopeful. In fact,... Read more
Get Lost, Jack Evans
For 10 glorious days in January, Ward 2 and D.C. were rid of Jack Evans. Now, Evans is running for his old seat, and a split field of Democrats threatens... Read more
Unionization vote enters last day
Nov. 8 is the last day of for Georgetown’s graduate students to vote on whether or not they want to unionize and be represented by the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate... Read more
Panel discusses role of faith in election results
On Nov. 11, three days after the presidential election, a panel hosted by the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life in Gaston Hall sought to explain the outcome... Read more