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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.

Super Tuesday Proves Its Political Power

Super Tuesday Proves Its Political Power

March 11, 2020

It is emphatically clear that Super Tuesday is to be treated with an elevated sense of urgency, as the day has the potential to make or break many campaigns.

Social Media Alters Election Etiquette

Social Media Alters Election Etiquette

March 11, 2020

The internet has become an extremely powerful tool for politicians, and if this new development in Facebook's policies continues, it will allow for a sort of brainwashing to take place.

“The Cordillera of Dreams” Explores Heartbreak of Political Trauma

“The Cordillera of Dreams” Explores Heartbreak of Political Trauma

March 4, 2020

A deep mournfulness forms a tangible layer over the whole of the film, serving as a sad foil to the urgency of its politics.

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

The Pros of Public Polling Outweigh the Cons

The Pros of Public Polling Outweigh the Cons

October 2, 2019

Regardless of whether or not we do away with polls, it is extremely important to that we do not take the lessons from the 2016 election for granted.

Fordham Professors Discuss Length of U.S. Presidential Primary

Fordham Professors Discuss Length of U.S. Presidential Primary

September 24, 2019

Fordham professors Boris Heersink and Jose Aleman, Ph.D., address the length of the U.S. presidential primary and how it affects elections,

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.

Biden Banking on the Blue Wall

Biden Banking on the Blue Wall

May 1, 2019

If he wants to have a chance of beating Trump in 2020, Biden must stick close to his pro-worker, blue-collar bonafides.

The Hate U Give Confronts Systemic Racism

The Hate U Give Confronts Systemic Racism

November 14, 2018

The Hate U Give fiercely challenges today’s political climate and is a must-see film for all ages.

Senior Promotes Political Engagement

Senior Promotes Political Engagement

November 14, 2018

Through Swing Left, Petrak has been able to canvass for local politicians, something she believes is highly beneficial for college students.

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