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Campus catches election fever

Many TCU students have been swept into the frenzy of the 2018 midterm election.

Digital Warfare: Russia’s Attacks on Democracy

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

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.

Millennials have power to define the midterms. Will they use it?

Millennials are becoming one of the most significant voting populations in the upcoming midterms. But, if history reveals anything, they probably won't vote.

A push to spark interest among future voters

High school students looking to jump start their involvement with the electoral process can serve as election clerks this midterm season.

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.

Don’t have a ride to the polls? No problem.

Uber, Lyft, and Lime are offering discounts for riders looking get to the polls on Election Day.

Cruz holds off O’Rourke to keep Senate seat

In the contentious race for the Texas Senate seat, Republican Ted Cruz defeats Democrat Beto O'Rourke.

Organization encourages future women in politics

A TCU organization motivates women to be more active in politics in the hopes to achieve political parity

Election essentials prep course preview

Students, faculty and staff can attend a midterm election preparation course.

WHAT WE'RE READING

What we’re reading: the Supreme Court’s big decision

Nancy Pelosi is making headlines as the new House majority approaches.

What we’re reading: Big Saturday plans for Trump

Today, Trump’s chief of staff is stepping down, new legislators make promises to pay their interns and an appeals court rules against Trump's asylum ban. 
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