Justin Spencer, University of Texas at San Antonio
The ongoing debate over raising wages is starting to come to a head, but many individuals are still torn over the basic facts of the matter.
Elias Khoury, University of Michigan
The left-wing populist uses blistering words to speak out against a rigged economic system, as well as those who don’t fight hard enough against it.
Audrey Martin, Boston University
The incumbent senator may be up in years, but his win against Kennedy proves voters aren’t looking for a youthful candidate — they’re looking for a progressive one.
Luke Hebert, Baruch College
And what it says about the American stance on LGBTQ rights in 2019.
Candace Baker, University of Texas at Austin
They’ve criticized the Republican Party for being a bunch of old white people, but Democrats aren’t much better at the moment.
Alex Johnson, New York University
The party is grappling over whether to encourage calls for impeachment or ignore them, as both devalue the democratic process.
Kayla Platoff, Maryville University
The 2020 election could be the chance for Democrats to choose the right presidential candidate based on political experience, not celebrity status.
Jake Deven, The University of Texas at El Paso
Democrats are hopeful that O’Rourke will defeat Republican Sen. Ted Cruz in the 2018 midterm elections and take over the largely red state.
Leslie Currie, University of Virginia
A surprising wave of Democrats inundated Virginia politics, and many think Trump is the reason why.
Bethany Knickerbocker, Emerson College
Is living in a political bubble beneficial?
Megan Bender, Citrus College
It’s hard to have a conversation with those that have opposing views. Here’s how you can fix that.
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