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The 2020 United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

Study: Nearly half of adults don’t discuss politics

Paulina Astrid Spencer, Staff Reporter February 24, 2020

With the current political climate and the 2020 election just around the corner, many have turned away from having political conversations with someone, according to an analysis of data from the Pew Research Center’s Election News Pathways (PRCENP)...

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UTEP hosts election watch party on Tuesday, Nov. 8

UTEP hosts election watch party on Tuesday, Nov. 8

Adrian Broaddus, Online Editor November 7, 2016

In anticipation for the 2016 election, the UTEP residence life, the office of student life, and the department of political science are in collaboration to host a presidential election watch party. The event will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8 in the...

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Ranked-choices, another perspective on GOP primary

Ranked-choices, another perspective on GOP primary

Luis Gonzalez, Scripps Howard Foundation Wire Reporter February 23, 2016

WASHINGTON – As candidates drop out of the Republican presidential race and the field narrows, the comfortable lead Donald Trump enjoys over the rest of those vying for the Republican party’s presidential nomination could disappear. Supporters...

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Candidates head into into new round of debates

Alonso Moreno, Copy Editor November 10, 2015

Sunday was officially the one-year mark before Election Day 2016, and to celebrate, we can take a look at the upcoming presidential debates and some of issues that will be discussed. Republican Party Nov. 10: The next Republican debate will take place...

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President Barack Obama will delay immigration reform until after elections.

Students voice opinion on delayed immigration action

Amanda Guillen, Managing Editor/Multimedia Editor October 14, 2014

Voters affected by immigration issues may be torn at the polls with the upcoming midterm elections just around the corner and a delay of immigration action at the forefront. Students on both sides of the political spectrum have come together to voice...

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The port of entry at Santa Fe Street in El Paso, Texas.

Obama, Republicans fail to advance hopes on immigration reform

Aaron Montes, Hispanic Link Reporter February 6, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. – When President Barack Obama delivered the fifth State of the Union address of his presidency, he dedicated just three sentences to immigration reform. Not once did he mention the contributions or needs of Latinos, nor did he touch...

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Ted Cruz Filibuster

Ted Cruz Filibuster

September 26, 2013

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