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Jan. 6, One Year Later: Reflections on Trump presidency, voting rights and democracy

From attacks on fair elections, voting rights to widespread conspiracy theories, the US must act to save itself

UW-Madison Campus

UW student voting up seven percent from 2016 in last November’s election

Trump’s presidency increased student voter turnout, political science professor says

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Trump’s action in Wisconsin reveal his true intentions

Trump challenges democratic institutions, allowing state legislators to cast votes instead of voters

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Wisconsin cannot settle for Ron Johnson come 2022 elections

The Republican Party and Wisconsin people have an important decision to make in 2022

State of Wisconsin

Unclear if Sen. Ron Johnson will run for reelection after opposing American Rescue Plan

Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson, Milwaukee Bucks Senior Vice President Alex Lasry have already announced campaigns to run against Johnson with more candidates likely to join the field

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Trump is acquitted again, Sen. Ron Johnson sends the wrong message by siding with him

Republicans fear the constituents to end their political career, they are just cowards who are too scared to do the right thing

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Constitutional right to vote must be protected as Republicans seek to limit voter access, eligibility

In the wake of the 2020 election, Republican lawmakers nationwide have released a slew of restrictive measures to limit the right to vote, threatening democracy and our constitutional rights

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Clocking back in as the world’s policeman: Biden adopts foreign policy strategies of his predecessors

Biden's foreign policy agenda echoes Obama-era interventionism while greatly opposing Trump's isolationist attitudes

Herald

Trump’s late impeachment comes with far-reaching potential consequences

Since impeachment trial will set precedents for future U.S. politics and politicians, it needs to be carefully conducted

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Amid political divisions on college campuses, professors should be allowed to express views while remaining factual

Professor Mayer faced hate comments because his syllabus contained negative comments towards Trump, but professors who are honest about their views and values prepare students to step into the real society.

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