The race for the White House in 2016 has gained new fervor with the recent announcement of two additional presidential candidates: Republican Senator Marco Rubio from Florida and Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. Clinton joins the race with two valuable advantages – the most political experience and public visibility. However, as demonstrated by the 2008 presidential…
In less than 24 hours, Americans will make history after casting their votes in the 2012 presidential election. And as college students across the U.S. prepare to finalize their decisions and wait in line for several hours to complete the 30- to 45-minute ballot, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney have their eyes…
President Barack Obama will be speaking at the University of Miami on Thursday afternoon at the BankUnited Center Fieldhouse. Obama will be speaking about the United States’ energy policy, according to James Tien, dean of UM’s College of Engineering. Before his speech, the president will receive a tour of the college, as well as a demo…
Rising senior Lionel Moise is running for president of Student Government unopposed. For the first time in at least a decade, a candidate has run for the most prestigious seat in office without any competition.
Along with promoting each of their party’s specific ideals and causes, both the University of Miami Young & College Democrats and the UM College Republicans are seeking exposure because the number of participating members before and after the election has dropped substantially.
The results in the two precincts where most University of Miami campus residents voted tracked national and state trends in choosing Sen. Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States, according to the Miami-Dade County Elections Department.
The Miami Hurricane’s Editorial Board met at noon on Nov. 2, 2008 to discuss the endorsement of a candidate for president of the United States.
Hundreds of students forgot about classes Monday afternoon to watch actor Matt Damon host an Early Vote for Change rally for Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama, Monday.
Actor Matt Damon will visit the University of Miami to speak at an early vote rally on behalf of the Barack Obama Campaign at noon on the UC Rock, Monday, according to an Obama For America student intern.
A University of Miami discussion titled “The Economic Crisis: How the Presidential Candidates Will Change the Future of Our Economy” was part of “A Dialogue for Democracy”, a series of events aiming to inform UM students about the key issues in the 2008 presidential campaigns, Tuesday night.