2014 election results are in and major changes are coming to our government

As I hope many of you know already, last week, on Nov. 4, elections were held across the country, including of course, right here in Michigan. This was actually my first election, so I was sure to register and do my research prior to my vote. It was a very exciting day for me, and hopefully many of you.

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Vote Like Your Life Depends on It

We’ve been told our country is deeply divided, deeply polarized. Voting is an opportunity to talk about those differences and cast our lot, to see how many agree with us and how many don’t. When only 18 percent of our eligible population is voting, then only 18 percent of that conversation is being had. So if you choose not to vote because our country is too corrupt, or our leaders are too out of touch, you’re doing your part in upholding that system of inequality and polarization.

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OMC Wins Election, Plans To Get To Work Right Away

Following results from Friday’s Student Government elections, Dennis Lienhardt of One Michigan Coalition has been announced student body president for the 2012-2013 school year.

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Get Up Off of That Thing, and Vote ‘Til You Feel Better

Standing in line and filling out paperwork for the pure sake of pushing buttons behind a curtain may not sound like the most exciting option for what usually proves to be a mundane day of the week.

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