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Election 2012- What to know before you vote

By Jodi Guglielmi The new semester upon us not only marks the beginning of a new school year, but it also brings us closer to one of the most important days of the year – election day, Nov. 6. For many college students, this will be their first time voting in a presidential election. There

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Decision 2012, voters wanted

By Pat Budd What an exciting time of the year to be a North Carolinian! As we end a long winter (if you even want to call it that), the spring temperatures have heated things up here in the Tar Heel State. But 80-degree days are not the only thing heating up North Carolina –

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HPU College Republicans attend stump speech for Pat McCrory

By  Wilson Powell Thunderous applause shook the Jamestown Oriental Shrine Club on Jan. 31 while The Who’s hit song “Won’t Get Fooled Again” played. Supporters filled the seats and WRAL News reporters lined the walls. Those in attendance included state representatives, senators, and the High Point University College Republicans. Pat McCrory, running for governor in the

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Decision 2012: Republican candidates establish themselves

By Jay Rinaldi There are four candidates left in the race for the Republican nomination for the presidential election of 2012. The nominating campaign will end at the Republican National Convention in late August with only one candidate remaining to face the Democratic candidate, incumbent President Barack Obama. The remaining candidates include former senator Rick Santorum,

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