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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Texas could halt campus voting sites

The law was signed in September and removes the use of temporary early-voting sites that TCU has hosted in the past.

It’s not too late to register to vote for the midterm elections

TCU students open up about why they think voting is so important.

Love is bipartisan

A husband and wife are precinct chairs for two different parties and wouldn't have it otherwise.

Students elect new SGA vice president

Voting for college, class and student body representatives closes today at 8 p.m.

What we’re reading: Backyard shooting, Hong Kong protests, Trump considers testifying

President Trump is considering testifying in the impeachment inquiry and protests continue to escalate in Hong Kong in today's headlines.

Yard signs: A throwback in the digital age

Social media sites have seemingly been littered with partisan posts from friends and family as they advocate for candidates, but some people still rely on yard signs to do the job. 

What we’re reading: California wildfire threatens towns, Gov. Abbott backs law enforcement

Northern California residents are preparing to evacuate as a wildfire burns, and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott backs a new law enforcement pledge.

Proposed Title IX changes open for public comment

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has added new provisions to the nation's Title IX policy and you can weigh in on them.

Sunny skies in Texas for Election Day

Voters have no excuse not to cast their ballots on election day as the weather in Texas predicts sunshine and warm temperatures.

Social media and fashion companies encourage young voters to get to the polls

Companies are using different strategies to encourage young people to vote in the midterm election.

WHAT WE'RE READING

What we’re reading: Melania Trump will not attend Pennsylvania rally, murder...

Trump's immigration policies are under review, and a murder victim was identified over three decades after being found dead in Pensacola, Florida.

What we’re reading: Justice Department files antitrust lawsuit against Google, Supreme...

The Justice Department is suing Google, and 31 states are experiencing more than 100 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 since last week.
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