Donald Kinder compared the voting outcome between the 2008 and 2012 elections.
Over the last two years, voter turnout at USC has seen a dramatic decline, indicating an alarming trend of voter disengagement among the University’s student population. After the 2016 Undergraduate Student Government election, the USG elections committee announced that students cast a mere 3,700 ballots — 39 percent less than the year before. Informed voting […]
The presidential and vice presidential candidates shared their qualifications and their visions for USG’s future.
The speakers said that finance accountability in political candidate campaigns leads to higher voter turnout.
Undergraduate Student Government hosted a Meet the Candidates event Tuesday night in TCC 227 to introduce the presidential and vice presidential tickets to the student body before the Feb. 7-9 elections.
Three USG presidential and senatorial candidates were officially revealed last night.
In the video above, USC students were asked on Thursday about the upcoming gubernatorial race between Democratic incumbent mayor Jerry Brown and Republican challenger Neel Kashkari. In a recent poll by the Los Angeles Times and the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, results revealed a high amount of political support for Brown while many were unable […]
Voting — it is one of those tasks that all too often falls into the category of routine chores. Too often, voting seems no more important than taking the car in for an oil change, going to the dentist or picking up the dry cleaning. In the midst of hectic daily grind, it can seem […]
Dan Schnur, likely to run for California Secretary of State in 2014, will be taking a leave of absence as Director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics in the beginning of January.
Students urge next L.A. mayor to focus more attention to the university and student body.