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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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The Daily Aztec has created this voter guide to help you navigate the 2020 California propositions.

DA Voter Guide: California Propositions

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Katelynn Robinson, and Jadyn Brandt // October 21, 2020

Proposition 14 Prop 14 authorizes bonds to continue funding stem cell and other medical research. It issues $5.5 billion in bonds to investors and...

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Opinion: Healthcare industry demands major reforms as its shortcomings are exposed by COVID-19

Opinion: Healthcare industry demands major reforms as its shortcomings are exposed by COVID-19

by Jessica Octavio, Staff Writer // April 28, 2020

I’ve noticed that since the pandemic started, it’s been very hard for me to think about anything other than how the coronavirus has changed my life.  Our...

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A moderate candidate is the Democratic Party’s best bet

by Miles Streicek, Staff Writer // March 11, 2020

On March 3, the people of California and 15 other jurisdictions casted their votes for the nominee of the Democratic party who will ultimately go on to...

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The Electoral College fails to represent the will of the people

The Electoral College fails to represent the will of the people

by Peyton Antil, Contributor // September 11, 2019

Our Founding Fathers believed the general public lacked the capacity to efficiently and effectively elect the president of the U.S., which is why they...

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Young people can make a difference in 2020

by Kemi Giwa, Opinion Editor // January 23, 2019

Alas.  Campaign season has begun. Perhaps a bit early, to some — but for good reason, of course.  The primaries will be crowded, and each Democratic...

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San Diego City and County administrative building. Photo courtesy of WikiMedia Commons.

Everything important that happened in Tuesday’s election

by Bella Ross, News Editor // November 7, 2018

Governor Democrat Gavin Newsom was projected to beat Republican John Cox handily. Newsom had 56.9 percent of the vote with 42.8 percent of precincts...

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A rendering of SDSU's proposal for a new stadium in Mission Valley. The university on Thursday announced it had awarded a $250 million contract to Clark Construction for building a new stadium at the SDCCU Stadium site, which a November referendum authorized the city to sell to SDSU.

SDSU West claims final victory over SoccerCity in fight for SDCCU Stadium site

by Bella Ross, News Editor // November 7, 2018

After months of debate over who will take over the SDCCU Stadium site in Mission Valley, San Diegans have cast their votes in support of the SDSU West...

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Ryan Orozco, Divya Sriharan, Jake Siewertsen and Anthony Delgado (left to right) and Armando Sepulveda II (back). Representatives from student political organizations met in the student union on Nov. 5 to discuss political issues, including many that will be on the midterms ballot.

Student political organizations tackle hot button issues at campus debate

by Lauren J. Mapp // November 6, 2018

Associated Students hosted a debate between various political student organizations Nov. 5 to discuss relevant local, state and national issues prior to...

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Campus hosts congressional candidates at student forum

Campus hosts congressional candidates at student forum

by Maya AlZaben, Staff Writer // November 5, 2018

With midterm elections fast approaching, Associated Students gave San Diego State students an opportunity to meet congressional campaigns and get their...

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Casi 2 millones de votantes se registraron en el condado de San Diego durante las elecciones presidenciales de 2020.

San Diego’s 2018 ballot, explained

by Bella Ross, Michelle Turner, Lauren J. Mapp, Johann Derek Oribello, and Kaitlyn Little // October 31, 2018

CANDIDATES Senate: Kevin de León, Democrat Kevin de León is a Democratic candidate challenging current U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a fellow...

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Youngest congressional candidate in the nation calls San Diego home

Youngest congressional candidate in the nation calls San Diego home

by Michael Cline, Staff Writer // October 31, 2018

At the age of 19, republican house of representatives candidate Morgan Murtaugh began her first political internship in Congressman Brian Bilbray’s...

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