What made the difference between a second term for President Barack Obama and a first term for Mitt Romney? Ninety-three percent of black voters, 71 percent of Hispanic voters, 73 percent of Asian voters, 55 percent of women voters, 63 percent of voters earning a family income under $30,000 and 60 percent of voters ages […]
All state propositions were called Tuesday and the Democrats took a supermajority in state legislature for the first time since 1883.
As news outlets started calling the election for President Barack Obama on Tuesday night, I couldn’t help feeling like we could have called it a long time ago. Even if Republican Mitt Romney hadn’t had such a clumsy campaign, it’s become increasingly rare for an incumbent president to lose, especially an unchallenged one. And Obama […]
College Democrats and College Republicans phone banked until polls closed Tuesday.
Members of the USC community cast their ballots Tuesday at on-campus polling stations, voting in state and national elections. Photos by Austin Vogel.
A $6 billion campaign filled with gaffes distracted from real issues and real democracy.
Students from both sides of the aisle came together in a final match-up to take part in a phone-banking competition in the Annenberg East Lobby for the final day of the 2012 election. The competition, sponsored by USC College Democrats, USC College Republicans and the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, aimed at motivating and […]
Students can take free trams to polling locations and attend an election night party on campus.
In addition to the presidential race, residents of the county have the choice to vote yes or no on Measures A, B and J on Election Day.
Monday is the last day for Californians to register to vote by mail and online. Registration forms must be postmarked or electronically signed no later than Monday, according to the California Secretary of State’s website. California residents can register by filling out an online form or picking up a paper form at a public library, […]