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Voting bills should have been accepted by IC administration

Voting bills should have been accepted by IC administration

By The Ithacan October 24, 2020
This election will affect students for years to come, and it is imperative that young adults vote if they want to have a say in their future.
From left: Kyle Stewart, president of Ithaca College Republicans, and Michael Pyskaty, vice president of Ithaca College Republicans. Their club made an unprecedented decision Aug. 30, when it released an announcement stating that it would not endorse Donald Trump as the Republican nominee in the presidential election.

IC Republicans organization will not endorse Donald Trump

By Grace Elletson, Assistant News Editor September 6, 2016
The Ithaca College Republicans organization has made an unprecedented decision concerning the presidential election: it will not endorse Donald Trump as the Republican nominee.
Roger Custer ’04 speaks to a Houston chapter meeting of America’s Future Foundation, a  conservative 501(c)(3) organization that provides educational programs on public policy.

Commentary: Candidates should focus on poverty issues

By Roger Custer April 6, 2016
If there is one thing on which Republicans and Democrats can agree this year, it is that the leading candidates lack humility.

The candidates we need

By Kyle Stewart March 9, 2016
If Americans are so frightened of one candidate’s holding presidential power that they would flee the country, the president has too much power.

Presidential candidates seek wider support from rapidly increasing minority voters

By Rachael HartfordShea O'Meara, Senior Writer October 25, 2012
For part two of the election series, The Ithacan takes a look at election demographics, and politics columnist Rachael Hartford gives you the latest updates on the presidential campaigns.

Election central: taking a look at the most contested issues in the 2012 election

By Jack CurranRachael Hartford, Staff Writer and Politics Columnist October 11, 2012
With a three-part series, The Ithacan will take a look at the most contested issues in the 2012 presidential election
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