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Increasing Campaign Spending Limits Presidential Possibilities

Increasing Campaign Spending Limits Presidential Possibilities

March 25, 2020

Although the amount of money a candidate has certainly does not provide a direct correlation to voter popularity, as campaign funding is still an extremely important aspect of the race towards the presidency.

Debate Pushes Frontrunner Biden to Shift Further Left

Debate Pushes Frontrunner Biden to Shift Further Left

March 25, 2020

Sanders has chosen to remain in the race to use whatever leverage he still has to move Biden leftward and in doing so build some appeal to progressives.

Political Science Professors Comment on Elizabeth Warren’s Run for Office

Political Science Professors Comment on Elizabeth Warren’s Run for Office

March 11, 2020

Political science professors and the Young Democratic Socialists (YDS) commented about Elizabeth Warren's decision to drop out of the Democratic primary.

College Republicans Talk 2020 Elections

College Republicans Talk 2020 Elections

October 9, 2019

The Fordham Ram sat down with members of College Republicans to discuss the 2020 election and other current issues

USG Announces Class of 2023 Senate Election Results

USG Announces Class of 2023 Senate Election Results

September 23, 2019

The USG Senate is finalized with the election results for the Class of 2023.

Fordham Democrats Host 2020 Debate Watch Party

Fordham Democrats Host 2020 Debate Watch Party

September 17, 2019

College Democrats Executive Board members thought the September debate was interesting but will not create any major changes in the race for the Democratic nomination.

USG Announces Winners for 2019-2020 Election

April 12, 2019

By Erica Scalise After time spent campaigning and meeting the candidates, the United Student Government (USG) governing body for the 2019-2020 school year is official. Four of the seven vice presidential candidates ran uncontested and one of the positions, Vice President of Sustainability, accepted write-ins. The two contested positions were for Vice President of Gabelli and Vice President of Communications. Kayle...

Professor Campaign Donations Overwhelmingly Favor Democrats

Professor Campaign Donations Overwhelmingly Favor Democrats

November 14, 2018

According to the data, the vast majority of Fordham's professor who donate to campaigns are Democrats.

Democrats Narrowly Take House of Representatives

Democrats Narrowly Take House of Representatives

November 7, 2018

In this midterm election, Democrats took over the House of Representatives while Republicans maintained control of the Senate.

Gubernatorial Primary: Cuomo and Nixon

Gubernatorial Primary: Cuomo and Nixon

September 13, 2018

By Joe Esposito On Thursday, Sept. 13, New Yorkers will head to the polls to cast their vote for Democratic candidate for governor. The candidates are the incumbent, Governor Andrew Cuomo and challenger Cynthia Nixon. The winner of this race will fa...

The Fordham Ram Endorses Reardon and Kedik

The Fordham Ram Endorses Reardon and Kedik

April 20, 2017

This year’s United Students Government (USG) election cycle showcased the incredible leadership and dedication that our peers are willing to commit in order to better our university. With these co...

Editorial: Redefining Safe Spaces In a Post-Election World

Editorial: Redefining Safe Spaces In a Post-Election World

November 16, 2016

It is time to revisit one of the most contentious terms of the 21st century: safe spaces. For years, arguments for against these communities fostered in colleges across the country have grown increasingly...

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