Tag Archives: Politics

Controversial Writing: Q&A with Bitch Media’s Sarah Mirk

Jay Rogers February 13, 2013 Eugene, Ore. – Sarah Mirk is the online editor for Bitch Media magazine. She writes and blogs on current feminist and political issues. Today, she published The Feminist Facebook Army: How FORCE Spoofed Victoria’s Secret … Continue reading

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Bicyclists approve ballot measure to fix Eugene streets

Measure 20-197 could give new life to nearly 74 lane miles of Eugene streets By Nicholas Filipas J361 Reporter A majority of topics that are discussed during the Presidential elections between President Barack Obama and former governor Mitt Romney tend … Continue reading

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J361: Midterm Part IV

Wide Range of Beliefs on UO Campus Some hate elections, some love them, but most are participating. By Cameron Walker It’s an election year, and people on the University of Oregon campus aren’t as gung-ho liberal as stereotypes might suggest. … Continue reading

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Ballot Measure 20-197 receives support from Bicyclists

Elections are upon us, and issues nation wide and local call the attention of Americans once again to review and decide what will be important factors to vote on for the future. Among these national issues are how our future … Continue reading

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Midterm Part IV: Political Views in the Whit

Political frustrations flow through Eugene, Ore. Whiteaker district By Sarabeth Oppliger Journalism/J361 student The campaign for the 2012 Republican candidacy has citizens of the Whiteaker community threatening to leave the country. Kicking off in Iowa on Jan. 3, the GOP … Continue reading

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People seeing blue in Churchill area

Republican Candidates lack backing in West Eugene neighborhood It could be a tough year for Republican presidential candidates looking to gain support in Eugene, Ore. With the presidential election taking place in 2012, the debates have begun, candidates have launched … Continue reading

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Eugene Voters Aren’t Optimistic

By Benny Harris The voters’ response(s) to Tuesday’s election and Eugene‘s seven measures was one of:  worry, apathy and patience. There seems to be a major political malaise across the city of Eugene, despite whatever side of the fence the … Continue reading

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Trainsong Residents Don’t Hold Their Breath for Change

By Tess Jewell-Larsen The elections may change the names in the rosters and the ballot measures on paper but Trainsong residents are not expecting much to come of it. “I suspect change will happen more slowly now,” Ray Wissig, Eugene … Continue reading

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Trainsong and Measure 73

Trainsong residents want to keep sex offenders and DUI convicts off the streets. In this neighborhood, residents agree on at least one measure that will appear on the statewide ballot November 2, 2010 for Oregon. When asked about Measure 73, … Continue reading

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November 2nd Approaches

10/14/10 West Eugene – The tallies may be close when all is said and done, but one thing’s for certain; West Eugene citizens are fired up for the upcoming elections. While selling the Register-Guard in front of Fred Meyer in West … Continue reading

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