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Friday, January 28, 2022

Mayoral candidates talk transportation, education, discrimination in Fort Worth

Fort Worth mayoral candidates shared their stances and plans for the city at TCU's mayoral forum Monday.

Students elect new SGA vice president

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

Supreme Court’s landmark campaign finance case approaches 10-year anniversary

The court's 2010 decision in Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission has led to increases in how much campaigns collect and spend on elections.

U.S. appeals injunction in TikTok case

TikTok was temporarily saved by a judge who delayed the ban.

Early voting begins Tuesday in Texas

The voting site at the Brown-Lupton University Union will be open for all 12 days of the early voting period.

The 25th Amendment – A coup or not?

Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe's discussion of invoking the 25th Amendment raises the question - could this be considered a coup?
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Digital Warfare: Russia’s Attacks on Democracy

Russia uses digital media as a weapon to attack Western democracy and influence public perception globally.

Hispanic voters credit O’Rourke for their participation

Texas had a higher voter turnout, especially amongst Latinos. Some say O'Rourke inspired them to vote to hopefully see a change in government.

Tarrant County updates emergency plans but does not enact ‘shelter-in-place’ order

The commissioners court adopted fines and jail sentences for residents not complying with emergency management plans in an emergency meeting Sunday.

A focus on immigration fails to sway some Tarrant County voters

The politicalization of an approaching migrant caravan doesn't seem to have affected how some Tarrant County citizens voted Tuesday.
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