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Trump-incited violence at US Capitol stalls Electoral College vote

Trump-incited violence at US Capitol stalls Electoral College vote

by Brenden Tuccinardi and Katelynn Robinson // January 6, 2021

On Jan. 6, while Vice President Mike Pence presided over a joint session of Congress where newly sworn-in lawmakers gathered to certify the Electoral College...

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The Daily Aztec moderated a debate between SDSU College Democrats and TPUSA at SDSU on Oct. 28.

SDSU students share election reactions, first-time voting experiences

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Senior Staff Writer // December 3, 2020

After four nights of waiting in wonder, the 2020 Presidential Election came to an end once the Associated Press called the race for former Vice President...

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Viejas Arena (pictured here) served as one of many polling sites where voters could decide on one of the 15 measures on the ballot in California.

Formerly incarcerated SDSU students, alumni react to passage of Proposition 17

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // November 18, 2020

Earlier this month, California voters passed five of the propositions on the ballot and rejected seven. Proposition 17, which allows state parolees...

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Viejas Arena was one of many super poll sites operated by the county.

SDSU hosts super poll site at Viejas Arena

by Katelynn Robinson and Jeanette Giovanniello // November 4, 2020

Students and members of the San Diego community were invited to vote in-person at Viejas Arena located on San Diego State’s campus from Oct. 31 to Nov....

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SDSU community participates in 2020 Presidential Election at Viejas Arena

by Angela Kurysh // November 3, 2020

Daily Aztec Live Producer Mackenzie Stafford talked to poll workers at the Viejas Arena super poll site, and students who cast their vote in the 2020 Presidential...

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Racial Justice, transportation, housing among top priorities for council candidates

by Alexa Oslowski, Photo Editor // November 3, 2020

District 1 - La Jolla, Carmel Valley, Torrey Pines Joe Lacava Joe Lacava is a San Diego State graduate and is a native San Diegan. According to his...

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A screenshot of SDSU Rock The Vote's Instagram.

How Rock the Vote registered thousands of people online

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // November 3, 2020

Before every election, Associated Students hosts a Rock the Vote campaign to register as many students as possible to vote and make sure they know how...

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The Daily Aztec moderated a debate between SDSU College Democrats and TPUSA at SDSU on Oct. 28.

Turning Point USA and SDSU College Dems debate ahead of Election Day

by Jason Freund, Staff Writer // November 3, 2020

On Oct. 28, The Daily Aztec hosted a virtual debate between Turning Point USA at San Diego State and the College Democrats. The debate was hosted on Zoom...

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California's 49th, 52nd and 53rd Congressional Districts cover much of San Diego. The Daily Aztec sat down with the candidates to ask them about the issues college students care about most.

How CA 49th, 52nd, and 53rd candidates line up on the issues

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // November 3, 2020

As the 2020 general election draws closer, The Daily Aztec’s Patrick Doyle sat down with congressional candidates Brian Maryott, Jim DeBello, Sara Jacobs,...

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The Daily Aztec moderated a debate between SDSU College Democrats and TPUSA at SDSU on Oct. 28.

Democrats Bry and Gloria in tight mayoral contest

by Jason Freund, Staff Writer // November 2, 2020

Come Nov. 3, the citizens of San Diego will elect a new mayor and the race could not be tighter and for the first time since 1971, San Diegans will be...

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SDSU students weigh-in leading up to election

by Jeanette Giovanniello, Senior Staff Writer // November 2, 2020

For many San Diego State students, the 2020 Election is their first voting experience, However, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, some have decided...

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Proposition 17 is one of 12 initiatives on the California Ballot. If passed, Prop 17 would restore voting rights to formerly incarcerated people still on parole.

Some SDSU students can’t vote. Proposition 17 will change that

by Catlan Nguyen, Social Media Editor // October 26, 2020

Should every citizen in the United States get the right to vote? Should one mistake take your voice away? With the elections approaching quickly,...

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