Articles with the tag: Election

The Trump Administration is planning to move $266 million into detention centers

President Trump has made it clear since the beginning of his campaign that he would crack down on immigration policy in the United States. Recent budgeting decisions have reflected how the Trump Administration is set on following through on those promises.

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Everest students become first-time voters

On Nov. 6, the midterm elections for the United States will occur. Voters from all around the country will be deciding on pressing issues that matter greatly to each individual state. For some people going to the polling station, it will be their first time voting.

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Marc Berman discusses his work for the State Assembly

State Assemblymember Marc Berman believes that the current California tax system is creating economic inequality which shows through the education system.

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Marc Berman discusses his work for the State Assembly

State Assemblymember Marc Berman would like to better protect the youth in his community through improved mental health services.

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Marc Berman discusses his work for the State Assembly

State Assemblymember Marc Berman is focused on helping marginalized communities.

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California Assemblymember Marc Berman believes the California housing crisis is a larger issue

Assemblymember Marc Berman believes that the housing crisis in California acts as the basis for many other unsolved issues.

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Assemblymember Marc Berman discusses his government’s stances

According to State Assemblymember Marc Berman, the state of California will continue to act independently from the federal government regarding issues such as climate change and immigration.

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Marc Berman discusses his work for the State Assembly

California State Assemblymember Marc Berman values affordable housing, election security and protections for sexual assault survivors. When asked what issue is most important, he stated, “We have a lot of issues.” On Oct. 5, Rep. Marc Berman visited Summit Denali to answer questions about his position and what he wants to do in office.

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Marc Berman explains problems caused by the housing crisis

California State Assemblymember Marc Berman believes that the housing crisis in California is a major problem.

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Students debate their role in the upcoming midterm elections

While much of the world’s attention has been drawn toward the approaching midterm elections in November, a vast body of individuals seems to have been overlooked: students. We began exploring this set of voices as the midterms neared.

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Rep. Lofgren visits local school to talk about policies

U.S. Rep. Zoe Lofgren, who represents California’s 19th Congressional District, believes young people hold the power in determining which direction the country is heading toward.

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A closer look at the Trump Russia investigation

Russian interference in our elections is a serious and controversial issue that has resulted in 35 indictments or guilty pleas. President Donald Trump has called the investigation a “witch hunt,” and it is a highly divisive issue. It is important to understand what is happening, how the investigation started, who has been impacted by the investigation and what might happen next.

What is the Russia investigation?

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Warren Lieberman Gives Insight into the Belmont City Council Election

With the Belmont City Council election coming up, Warren Lieberman has been busy working on his campaign for city council. Lieberman has served as a Belmont city councilman / mayor for 12 years. With four candidates running, and only three spots available, Mr. Lieberman has his work cut out for him.

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Warren Lieberman Gives Insight into the Belmont City Council Election

With the Belmont City Council election coming up, Warren Lieberman has been busy working on his campaign for city council. Lieberman has served as a Belmont city councilman / mayor for 12 years. With four candidates running, and only three spots available, Mr. Lieberman has his work cut out for him.

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Julia Mates talks Belmont Community

On Nov. 6, Belmont will have its City Council election. Candidate Julia Mates answered questions about the upcoming election and her passion for Belmont.

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Julia Mates talks Belmont Community

On Nov. 6, Belmont will have its City Council election. Candidate Julia Mates answered questions about the upcoming election and her passion for Belmont.

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Newcomer Deniz Bolbol wants all Belmont residents to be heard

This fall, on Nov. 6, Belmont will have its City Council election. There are three available seats with four candidates running. The candidates include Charles Stone, Warren Lieberman, Julia Mates and newcomer Deniz Bolbol. Ms. Bolbol is a Belmont community member who wants to see active change in her community after feeling let down by the current council.

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Charles Stone talks Belmont development and infrastructure

Charles Stone is from San Mateo County in California. He’s lived his life in Daly City, San Bruno and before moving to Belmont with his family. There, he began taking notice of the issues in the city, and he decided he needed to do something about it.

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Charles Stone talks Belmont development and infrastructure

Charles Stone is from San Mateo County in California. He’s lived his life in Daly City, San Bruno and before moving to Belmont with his family. There, he began taking notice of the issues in the city, and he decided he needed to do something about it.

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Newcomer Deniz Bolbol wants all Belmont residents to be heard

This fall, on Nov. 6, Belmont will have its City Council election. There are three available seats with four candidates running. The candidates include Charles Stone, Warren Lieberman, Julia Mates and newcomer Deniz Bolbol. Ms. Bolbol is a Belmont community member who wants to see active change in her community after feeling let down by the current council.

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San Jose City Council members prepare for November 6 elections to take office again

Many of the politicians in San Jose have made a difference for everyone in the past and are still making differences as we speak. These people have been through the hard process of campaigning, and many of them have needed to get closer to the voters and make themselves seem as if they were average people, trying to make a difference. To do this, many of them share their own personal life stories as to how they have come to be here, and many of them also talk about their past careers and qualifications. This article will shed light and touch on how some of these city politicians have gotten to where they are now, what their beliefs are, and how they aim to influence society some of their goals and accomplishments for society.

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Midterm elections are coming up: Here’s how to make an informed decision

The process of voting for candidates who believe in our ideals of government is difficult, and it can be challenging to identify who is the right candidate. In this video, a few staff members from Summit Public School: Rainier talk about voting and what obstacles stood in their way when choosing their candidates. They discuss what makes a good or bad candidate and what difficulties there might be in voting.

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Gubernatorial Election November 2018 Candidate Election Guide

Democrat Gavin Newsom and Republican John Cox won the primary election and are now going against each other in California’s gubernatorial election this November.

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About Jackie Speier

Jackie Speier, who is the incumbent for the 14th district of California, has a new challenger running for representative, Cristina Osmena. Jackie as of now, focuses on Women’s rights, privacy, consumer safety, advocate for immigration, and affordable health care. Jackie has been in office for ten years now and has caught the attention of many for what she works and fights for as a representative.

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Cristina Osmeña visits Summit Shasta for a press conference

Cristina Osmeña, who is running to represent the 14th Congressional District of California against Democratic opponent Jackie Speier, wants to focus on making changes for the Bay Area by lowering taxes, being an active participant in the legislature and trying to implement bills in her first 100 days in office.

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Cristina Osmeña has conflicting feelings on immigration

14th district California Congressional candidate Cristiña Osmena has conflicted feelings on immigration in the United States. She believes in stricter immigration policies and wants stronger borders; however, she herself is an immigrant.

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Cristina Osmeña Challenges What It Means To Be A Republican

Cristina Osmeña, a congressional candidate for the 14th District in California, is a strong Republican – but she’s not your typical GOP candidate. She’s a proud Filipina immigrant and defines herself as a centrist, neither extremely conservative or liberal.

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Cristina Osmeña Wants to Uphold the Values of the 14th District

Congressional candidate Cristina Osmeña wants to be an advocate for the values of District 14 and District 14 only. Ms. Osmeña believes that she would be a great candidate because she will be a voice for the people.

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Cristina Osmeña Fights for Fiscal Conservativity

Congressional Candidate Cristina Osmeña wants voters in the 14th district to know that her defining mark is her belief in fiscal conservativity. On Aug. 23, Ms. Osmeña walked into Shasta’s journalism classroom for a press-conference style interview.

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Congressional candidate Cristina Osmeña pushes for fiscal conservatism and strict immigration control

Ms. Osmeña came to Summit Shasta on Aug. 23 for a mock press conference with students from the journalism class. During the press conference, Ms. Osmeña offered her opinions and policies about fiscal conservatism and immigration control. She also gives a bit of her own personal history.

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