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Midterm post

Eugene: Not entirely liberal this fall With Elections soon approaching, public transit patrons share their varying opinions on current politics, both national and local By SHELBY HAWKINSON Eugene, Ore. – With Election Day merely weeks away, political candidates, measures, and … Continue reading

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Midterm Post: Longboarders and the Election

Longboarders near UO Fed Up with Current Politics. With elections forthcoming, young adult opinion shows signs of distress and lack of faith in presidential candidates. Chriss Goschie – SOJC Reporter Eugene, Ore. – Student longboarders at both the EMU and … Continue reading

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Obama or Romney? Who are University of Oregon Students Voting for

Students speak out about who and why they are voting in the upcoming election.  With 10 days left to vote the students of University of Oregon are speaking out about their views on the upcoming election for President. The thought … Continue reading

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UO Longboarders Perplexed About Nation’s Next Leader

Young adults don’t appear to be satisfied with the current state of the Presidential race BY EMILY CARINO Reporting 1 Eugene, Ore. – With the Presidential elections only days away, University of Oregon students yesterday voiced their opinions about President … Continue reading

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Midterm Part IV: Friendly Area Residents Share Mixed Feelings about GOP Elections

The four presidential Republican primaries Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum may not get much support from voters in the Friendly Area Neighborhood. With the Republican primary elections beggining, Friendly residents voice their mixed opinions on the … Continue reading

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Midterm, Part IV — Friendly Street Neighborhood Residents Lean Left

Reactions from local residents on the upcoming presidential election show favor toward the Democratic party. BY Shawn Cook EUGENE — Folks in the Friendly Street neighborhood shared differing political outlooks today, but tended to remain similar in their optimism about … Continue reading

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Cal Young citizens weigh in

The Republican primaries continue BY KATIE ARMSTRONG Funny. Hilarious. Disturbing. Circus. These are some words that Cal Young’s Kylie VanRysselbergh used to describe how she feels about the primaries. “I can’t even keep it straight,” she said. Members of the … Continue reading

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Midterm IV: Presidential Election Reactions in the Friendly Neighborhood

Presidential Election Produces Mixed Feelings in Friendly neighborhood Citizens’ voices a grab bag of concerns, favorites, candidates and issues in the Friendly neighborhood. By: Aaron Marineau Eugene–With the Republican presidential primaries in full swing, citizens of the Friendly neighborhood are … Continue reading

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Economic Elections

Eugene, Ore.- On the eve of the November 2nd elections, West Eugene citizens are voting for the values most important to them rather than for individual parties. And for most voters, the troubled economy looms large. Mark Denner said we … Continue reading

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Some residents of west Eugene say fiscal conservatism most important

by Franklin Bains While many consider Oregon a liberal state and early poll results indicate Peter Defazio should return to the United States House of Representatives, some west Eugene residents still believe in fiscally conservative policies. Tuesday was the final … Continue reading

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