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Student voting information for upcoming election

Student voting information for upcoming election

Hannah Donahue October 16, 2020
Election Day is 19 days away and college students at schools such as the University of New Hampshire (UNH), Dartmouth College and Keene State College (KSC) are taking advantage of absentee voting and registration options on their respective campuses to ensure their voices are heard in the upcoming election.
Durham, UNH provide voting opportunities for students

Durham, UNH provide voting opportunities for students

Hannah Donahue October 2, 2020
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is preparing to offer absentee voting opportunities on campus during the month of October for the upcoming general election.

Back-to-school voting guide for the New Hampshire state primaries

Hannah Donahue August 27, 2020
University of New Hampshire (UNH) students return to classes on Monday, just a week before New Hampshire’s Republican and Democratic State primaries on Tuesday, September 8. With the coronavirus (COVID-19) at hand, Durham’s town administration prefers that students take more time in advance when preparing to vote this fall.

Student Body General Elections: Student Body President and VP, University System Student Board Representative

Bret Belden March 27, 2017

Student Body General Elections The Student Body General Elections to appoint a new student body president, vice president and university system student board representative will begin at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday,...

Voting app brings information on candidates to fingertips

Bret Belden November 7, 2016

Come Tuesday night, if all goes well and the results from the Election Day polls show no signs of being rigged, UNH students registered to vote in Durham will have taken part in the democratic process...

Sean Astin stresses importance of precious vote

Bret Belden October 31, 2016

For film and television actor Sean Astin, presidential elections have always been significantly important, but there’s added weight to this election cycle due to the matters of contention between the...

Jill Stein rallies for NH votes

Bret Belden September 15, 2016

Jill Stein, the Green Party presidential candidate, is currently at four percent in national polls. Her candidacy, which picked up most of its steam following the fall of Bernie Sanders’ campaign, is...

Student votes for NH primary underwhelming

Bret Belden September 15, 2016

By 1:10 p.m., six hours after the primary polls opened to the public, 643 votes were recorded at Oyster River High School in Durham on Tuesday, Sept. 13. Volunteers at the poll sat in the silence as students...

Swerving Solipsism

Bret Belden March 20, 2016

A political air has swept through Durham and across the Granite State as voters get set to hit the polls for the New Hampshire primary election. Politicians stormed into the state after the Iowa caucuses’...

Students exercise their right to vote, or not

Bret Belden November 7, 2014

By Elizabeth Haas, Contributing Writer The only thing freshman Jimmy Bowden’s father makes him do is vote.  On Nov. 4, Bowden joined other students at the University of New Hampshire in having the...

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