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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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Henry Brady

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Election coverage has become almost synonymous with showcasing the latest poll. During an election, national media outlets are overrun with polls showing which candidate is ahead and what topics people are most concerned about. 
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Election coverage has become almost synonymous with showcasing the latest poll. During an election, national media outlets are overrun with polls showing which candidate is ahead and what topics people are most concerned about. 
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Despite reports of an overflowing ballot box in North Berkeley, preliminary data suggests Tuesday’s Alameda County primary election saw low voter turnout.
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Despite reports of an overflowing ballot box in North Berkeley, preliminary data suggests Tuesday’s Alameda County primary election saw low voter turnout.
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Five campus experts from various disciplines gathered to discuss the impact of social media and disinformation on the future of democracy during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Tuesday.
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Five campus experts from various disciplines gathered to discuss the impact of social media and disinformation on the future of democracy during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Tuesday.
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After California Gov. Gavin Newsom was projected to win the gubernatorial recall election Sept. 14, the UC Berkeley community responded with varying degrees of relief and lack of surprise.
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After California Gov. Gavin Newsom was projected to win the gubernatorial recall election Sept. 14, the UC Berkeley community responded with varying degrees of relief and lack of surprise.
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UC Berkeley’s Master of Development Practice, or MDP, program, joined the Goldman School of Public Policy on Thursday, leaving the Rausser College of Natural Resources, or CNR.
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UC Berkeley’s Master of Development Practice, or MDP, program, joined the Goldman School of Public Policy on Thursday, leaving the Rausser College of Natural Resources, or CNR.
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UC Berkeley deans discussed social media disinformation and its intersection with freedom of speech during Cal Performances’ “Illuminations: Fact or Fiction” virtual talk Sunday.
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UC Berkeley deans discussed social media disinformation and its intersection with freedom of speech during Cal Performances’ “Illuminations: Fact or Fiction” virtual talk Sunday.
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President Joe Biden’s inauguration Wednesday was met with happiness and relief from Berkeley City Council and campus community members.
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President Joe Biden’s inauguration Wednesday was met with happiness and relief from Berkeley City Council and campus community members.
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In the midst of the 2020 elections, various UC Berkeley faculty members and administrators participated in a virtual panel to discuss election outcomes Wednesday as part of the Campus Conversations series.
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In the midst of the 2020 elections, various UC Berkeley faculty members and administrators participated in a virtual panel to discuss election outcomes Wednesday as part of the Campus Conversations series.
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National polls suggest Democratic nominee Joe Biden has an 87% chance of winning the 2020 presidential election, but four years ago, the United States watched as President Donald Trump won despite polls that stated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had an 85% chance of winning.
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National polls suggest Democratic nominee Joe Biden has an 87% chance of winning the 2020 presidential election, but four years ago, the United States watched as President Donald Trump won despite polls that stated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had an 85% chance of winning.
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According to some UC Berkeley professors, supporters of President Donald Trump are engaged in an effort to suppress voters in marginalized communities and swing the upcoming election in his favor.
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According to some UC Berkeley professors, supporters of President Donald Trump are engaged in an effort to suppress voters in marginalized communities and swing the upcoming election in his favor.
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