By Ariel Thomas | firstname.lastname@example.org More than 30,000 people voted early or by mail in St. Johns County in advance of the presidential primary scheduled for Tuesday. Republican Donald Trump is favored to win in Florida, polls show. The St. Johns County Supervisor of Elections reported Sunday…
It wasn’t just our government officials who weren’t on the same page. Countless American’s didn’t know what the government shut down was or what it even meant. In general, the media didn’t serve the populace well, pushing agendas on both sides. So I’ve come up with the seven questions you were too embarrassed to ask about the government shut down.
By Ryan Buffa| email@example.com Photo courtesy of http://usconservatives.about.com/ >In the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election, many Republicans are looking back to November as a lesson in how to appeal to voters. Ethnic minorities, young adults and women overwhelmingly voted to re-elected President Barack Obama…
The great divide in politics is no longer only between Democrats and Republicans, but within the Grand Old Party itself.
Rachel Cremona, Ph.D., an associate professor of political science at Flagler College, believes this was especially evident after the State of the Union address on Feb. 12 when both the Republican Party and the Tea Party held separate responses.
Flagler College will be one of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign stops Monday, Aug. 13, as the candidate begins a bus tour of the state.
By Frank Mahoney | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Republican primary is heating up. The first major test will be the Iowa Caucus which will take place Feb. 6. Here all the candidates will get their first test of the election year. This includes Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, John Huntsman, and Rick Santorum. The question that is on everyone’s mind is who is looking like they can win?
By Matthew Boyle | email@example.com
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PHOTO CAPTION: Chairman of Flagler College’s board of trustees and chairman and president of Ring Power Corp. Randal Ringhaver (right) endorses U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio (left) during a speech at Ring Power’s St. Augustine plant yesterday.
Ring Power President and Chairman Randal Ringhaver endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio yesterday during a press conference at Ring Power’s St. Augustine factory near World Golf Village.
Locals weigh in on political matters
By Lauren Belcher | CBelcher@flagler.edu
In St. Augustine, Democrats are still backing their president. Republicans, on the other hand, are worried about what’s next.