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In Tight Election Year, All Eyes on Idaho

November 6, 2012 11:50 amComments Off on In Tight Election Year, All Eyes on Idaho
In Tight Election Year, All Eyes on Idaho

As election day nears, the battle for Idaho has intensified to unprecedented levels, with candidates from both parties criscrossing the state in hopes of locking down its four critical electoral votes. “No Republican candidate has ever won the presidency without winning Idaho,” said political blogger Nate Silver.  “It’s going to be critical for the Romney campaign […]

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Flipside Voter’s Guide 2012

November 5, 2012 12:01 pmComments Off on Flipside Voter’s Guide 2012
Flipside Voter’s Guide 2012

You know Romney’s a rich Mormon and Obama’s a Kenyan socialist, but what other sweeping generalizations can we make about the presidential candidates? Barack Obama – leads among Gitmo employees concerned about job security – blames bad haircut on uncooperative Republican congress – uses “just a little bit of tongue” […]

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Romney “Using Jive” to Appeal to Younger Voters

October 2, 2012 9:00 amComments Off on Romney “Using Jive” to Appeal to Younger Voters
Romney “Using Jive” to Appeal to Younger Voters

“Yow! Watch me!” Mitt Romney began his speech to William and Mary Students in the pivotal swing state of Virginia. “Man, don’t it feel mess to be back up on the main kick, I tell ya.  This joint is jumpin!” With only a month to go until election day and […]

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Cruz/Macgregor-Dennis Vow to Stop Spamming Your Inbox If Elected

April 7, 2011 9:54 pmComments Off on Cruz/Macgregor-Dennis Vow to Stop Spamming Your Inbox If Elected
Cruz/Macgregor-Dennis Vow to Stop Spamming Your Inbox If Elected
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CHANGE HAS COME: Kelsei Wharton Elected First African-American Vice President 

April 12, 2010 5:53 pm0 comments
CHANGE HAS COME:  Kelsei Wharton Elected First African-American Vice President 

A makeshift bonfire broke out in the Main Quad on Saturday night as Stanford students celebrated the election of Senator Kelsei Wharton as the first African-American vice president of Stanford University.  Red plastic cups were thrust high into the air as students celebrated the landslide victory of the man who […]

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Editorial: Candidates Glossed Over the Important Issues

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Editorial: Candidates Glossed Over the Important Issues

The ASSU elections are over, and though dozens of candidates moved across campus spreading their ideas of a sustainable, tolerant and united Stanford, we think they missed many of the most important problems facing students today. We would like to take this opportunity to highlight some of these issues so […]

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Angelina Cardona Becomes First Hot President

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Angelina Cardona Becomes First Hot President
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The Flipside Voters’ Guide

April 5, 2010 7:22 pm0 comments
The Flipside Voters’ Guide

Here at the Flipside, we care about getting the truth from the candidates, so we did some detective work for you. We sent out a survey that asked the hard-hitting questions you really care about. You can see the endorsement survey here. After poring over the answers for days and […]

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Wang, Sachs, Explode Onto Campus Political Scene

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Wang, Sachs, Explode Onto Campus Political Scene

ASSU Senate candidates Showly Wang and Rebecca Sachs are making their presence felt across campus in a campaign that has grown to epic proportions. “This is the biggest campaign I have ever seen!” said fellow candidate Jason Lupatkin. “And trust me, I’ve seen a lot of campaigns.” Wang, who is […]

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ASSU Senate Tournament

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ASSU Senate Tournament

ASSU election season has arrived an it means just one thing: it’s time to fill out your brackets. There are thirty two senators running this election season for a chance at Stanford political fame. They hail from many different background and different dorms and divisions around the campus, but are […]

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