As the midterm elections approach, key elections in Butler students’ home states remain toss-ups.
Lemen: Progressives had a good election night
Despite the incorrect perpetuation that running on progressive policies cannot do well in Midwestern and other Red states, this year’s midterms showed that the American electorate will respond well to progressive thinking.
Adulting in College: How to vote
Voters’ Edition: Voting for the upcoming midterm election.
Butler professor balances political, educational life
He’s been called the perennial candidate here in Indiana. He first ran for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1994 against Andrew Jacobs in what was then the 10th Congressional District. He’s now running against incumbent Rep. André Carson for the 7th Congressional District. Between his first and current campaign, Marvin Scott,…
What happens after midterm elections?
I have been a Republican for quite some time now. I can recall, in the second grade, being devastated when Bob Dole lost the Presidential election, as I was the only one in my class to vote for him in the mock election. I can also remember my joy and excitement in 2000 when George…