Thursday, October 21, 2021

Q&A with campaign political director, Webster grad

Tyler Holman graduated from Webster University in May 2012 with a degree in political science. Now, he works as the political director for Republican Dave Spence’s campaign for governor.

OPINION: Third party, third wheel: the buzzkill brigade

The third party in America is an endangered species, and for good reason. They have no idea how to hunt.

VIDEO: Shrewsbury woman votes in her 19th presidential election

ValDeane Faires greeted her tabby cat as she walked into her kitchen for breakfast at 5:30 a.m. Normally, ValDeane wakes up at noon. But it was Election Day, and she wanted to beat the long lines.

OPINION: Obama destroys Romney on national security

If Mitt Romney wants a chance at the White House, he needs to start tackling foreign policy and Obama's strong national security background.

Students vote for first time in presidential election

Study said first-timers were more likely to support President Obama reelection.

How to vote

Unsure of how and where to vote? Check out this post and learn the process behind your civic duty.

OPINION: The end of civility within politics

If you were given a chance to sit down with the possible next president of the United States, what would you ask him?

RACE FOR THE SHOW-ME STATE: Missouri races for the U.S. House of Representatives

The Journal writes about some of the positions Missouri candidates for U.S. House of Representatives have taken.

INTERACTIVE: International Students share views on U.S. election

Students from Ecuador, Nepal and Rwanda talk about what's wrong with U.S. politics and their home politics. They share who they would vote for president if they could.

Students gather in Sunnen Lounge for vice presidential debate watch party

Gwenyth Williams, political science professor, led Webster students in a discussion last night after the vice presidential debate.

OPINION: Ignore national politics; local elections are more important and impactful

Political cynics love to broadcast the broken state of affairs in Washington and how there is no point in voting. To a certain degree, they are right.

Webster student attended 2012 Democratic National Convention

Last month, Webster University graduate student Kasey Summerville played a role in the nomination of President Barack Obama at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.

OPINION: Legalize love: What voters need to know about equal-marriage laws

While the economy and foreign policy are some of the most important issues in November’s presidential election, equal rights for Americans through the legalization...

RACE FOR THE SHOW-ME STATE: Missouri Executive Offices

The Journal writes about some of the positions candidates for Missouri executive offices have taken.

RACE FOR THE SHOW-ME STATE: Races for the Missouri Senate and House

The Journal writes about some of the positions candidates for Missouri local races have taken.

OPINION: Why I ended up voting for a Republican write-in

Not all liberals vote for a liberal candidate.