AppState Students Will Observe Iowa Caucuses

AppState Students Will Observe Iowa Caucuses

BOONE—The venue and subject couldn’t be more exciting for 10 political science majors at Appalachian State University who will travel with their professors to observe the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses, which are the first of 16 to be held in the nation. The course, “The Iowa Project,” is taught by Professor Philip Ardoin and Visiting [more]

The Argument for Early Voting on the Campus of AppState

The Argument for Early Voting on the Campus of AppState

Use this link to see and read the full argument for Early Voting on the campus of Appalachian State University, which has been submitted to the NC State Board of Elections by the “minority” Democratic member and about which the members of the state board must make the final determination. The “majority” Republican plan for [more]

Our Partisan State Supreme Court

Our Partisan State Supreme Court

By Gene Nichol, in the Raleigh News & Observer: In a 4-3 staunchly partisan ruling, the Republican majority of the N.C. Supreme Court recently stuck to its guns in the racial gerrymandering case, Dickson v. Rucho. The court effectively re-embraced its earlier judgment, downplaying the intervening directive of the U.S. Supreme Court. Not a person [more]

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