The Line

The Line

On the Sunday before the beginning of the Republican Convention, Cleveland is buzzing. Republicans and Politicos of all persuasions have traveled to The Land to witness a once in a lifetime event. As I was waiting to get through security to enter Chairman’s...
Brexit: A Warning to Millenials

Brexit: A Warning to Millenials

Like most political junkies, I was on the edge of my seat watching the results during the night of the Brexit vote. It soon became apparent that Britain was going to leave the European Union. I wasn’t surprised by the result, but it was interesting to watch the...
Voter ID: Will the New Law Change Anything?

Voter ID: Will the New Law Change Anything?

On March 15, I went to cast the first primary ballot of my life. But unlike when I voted in the general election in 2014, I had to plan ahead this time. This year, North Carolina enacted one of the most strict voter ID laws in the country. As a student from New Jersey...
The Future of Bipartisanship

The Future of Bipartisanship

by Ryan Wolfe Our first Wake the Vote event in South Carolina last week was the most important one of the weekend. The event didn’t involve any canvassing, phone calls, or candidate rallies. It was a forum on bipartisanship featuring the Chairman of  South...
The President We Need

The President We Need

As we arrived in New Hampshire early Monday morning, I was full of anticipation. After supporting him from the beginning of the race, I was going to be able to meet my favorite presidential candidate, Governor of Ohio John Kasich. Since I started seriously evaluating...

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