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Democrats divided

Democrats divided

Emma Shapiro February 1, 2019

Though 2019 has just barely begun, the 2020 presidential race is well underway. Half a dozen Democrats have already declared their candidacy, and with the momentum from the 2018 Midterm elections,...

Voting patterns shift in election, ‘blue ripple’ to affect future policy

Sophie Haber November 15, 2018

In a “blue ripple,” the Democrats took the House of Representatives and many contentious governor races in the midterm elections Nov. 6. Following a two-year period of a Republican-dominated legislature...

Asher Lowe '17 protests Donald Trump's victory in the presidential election. Printed with permission of Liz Yount

Presidential election reveals school strife

Emily Rahhal November 23, 2016

In a mock election conducted by AP government students, 72.19 percent of 543 Harvard-Westlake students polled voted for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine, while 14.73 percent of 543 HW students polled voted...

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