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ASUCR Elections Guide 2018-2019: President

Diana Jekki - President Diana Jekki, a fourth-year double major in political science-law and society and English, has a tremendous record in working toward bettering...

ASUCR Elections Guide 2018-2019: Referenda

Highlander News Referendum   Ballot Language:   Your student paper needs your help. The Highlander Newspaper has stood for 63 years as UC Riverside’s independent and student-run media...

R’Perspective: The struggle of voting with a religious conscience

From a time before I can remember, I’ve been a Catholic. I was baptized very young, and consequently have been going to church and...

Supreme Court holds back critical step against gerrymandering

Judge James A. Wynn Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit struck down North Carolina’s congressional districting map, claiming...

Highlander Diaries: Elections

Elections have come and gone and we must say “au revoir” to the tediously covered and highly controversial campaign that comprised of the first...

Funny or Die’s Jokes for Votes uses comedy to make young...

Jokes for Votes has become the first-ever comedy-laced voter registration tour in the world, being put on by Funny or Die, a comedy TV...

Prison voting: Who will bail us out of this decision?

On September 28, California Governor Jerry Brown signed off on a bill that will enable felons to vote in elections while still in county...

Elections controversies flare up in ASUCR

Tensions have spiked in ASUCR after two senate meetings, during which the removal of a laptopping bylaw and an attempt to overturn an executive...

ASUCR overturns executive order to reinstate justices; to vote on censure

In an early morning senate meeting, eight ASUCR senators, enough to supply a quorum, gathered to unanimously overturn an executive order by ASUCR President...

Why voters can hope for improvement in how they vote

California officials are considering making a transition to elections conducted exclusively by mail. In recent years, more than half the ballots cast in California’s...