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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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More can be done to empower young people to vote, but it need not consist of crudely optimistic visions for the future.
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More can be done to empower young people to vote, but it need not consist of crudely optimistic visions for the future.
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After decades of trying and failing to secure enfranchisement, women in California won the right to vote in 1911. And in doing so, they created a model of campaigning and organization for other state campaigns and the federal movement itself to follow.
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After decades of trying and failing to secure enfranchisement, women in California won the right to vote in 1911. And in doing so, they created a model of campaigning and organization for other state campaigns and the federal movement itself to follow.
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To keep ourselves from dreadfully staring at the election polls, why not spend election night gleefully watching a romantic-comedy film or opening a book? Here are some political rom-coms to watch and read during election day.
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To keep ourselves from dreadfully staring at the election polls, why not spend election night gleefully watching a romantic-comedy film or opening a book? Here are some political rom-coms to watch and read during election day.
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Take your right to vote and use it to emphatically show that we will not let global warming and environmental justice be sidelined by the government.
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Take your right to vote and use it to emphatically show that we will not let global warming and environmental justice be sidelined by the government.
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As progressive groups and individuals on campus, we believe advancing the interests of marginalized people requires the use of all tactics available to us, and participating in the electoral process is a crucial one, despite its flaws.
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As progressive groups and individuals on campus, we believe advancing the interests of marginalized people requires the use of all tactics available to us, and participating in the electoral process is a crucial one, despite its flaws.
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Attacks on female-identifying political candidates are not alien to UC Berkeley's campus.
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Attacks on female-identifying political candidates are not alien to UC Berkeley's campus.
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In this pivotal year to come, UC Berkeley students not only deserve but require representatives who are knowledgeable, dedicated, determined and tenacious.
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In this pivotal year to come, UC Berkeley students not only deserve but require representatives who are knowledgeable, dedicated, determined and tenacious.
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Regardless of whether you celebrated the result of the recent recall election, there is one clear takeaway: California's recall process must be reformed.
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Regardless of whether you celebrated the result of the recent recall election, there is one clear takeaway: California's recall process must be reformed.
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Voter suppression exacerbates long-standing racial and socioeconomic inequalities by selectively diminishing the opportunity to use our democratic process.
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Voter suppression exacerbates long-standing racial and socioeconomic inequalities by selectively diminishing the opportunity to use our democratic process.
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At the end of the day, there’s one certain way to ensure that your vote won’t count, and that’s by not submitting your ballot. So, I’ll see you at the polls Nov. 3, and we’ll strengthen our democracy together.
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At the end of the day, there’s one certain way to ensure that your vote won’t count, and that’s by not submitting your ballot. So, I’ll see you at the polls Nov. 3, and we’ll strengthen our democracy together.
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