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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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The crowd was peppered (jalapeñoed?) with these green stickers, green bandanas, green posters, and suddenly our homegrown rally was marked as being a part of something bigger than ourselves, and that fact was not reassuring.
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The crowd was peppered (jalapeñoed?) with these green stickers, green bandanas, green posters, and suddenly our homegrown rally was marked as being a part of something bigger than ourselves, and that fact was not reassuring.
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Whether you’re legally able to vote for the first time this year or have been already doing so, local elections are a chance to have your voice heard. And you may wonder how an echo is supposed to carry all the way to Washington, but here are the reasons why you should vote in your local elections.
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Whether you’re legally able to vote for the first time this year or have been already doing so, local elections are a chance to have your voice heard. And you may wonder how an echo is supposed to carry all the way to Washington, but here are the reasons why you should vote in your local elections.
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My parents don’t take voting lightly. It’s an American right that they have earned; a privilege that they have lost blood, sweat and tears to obtain.
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My parents don’t take voting lightly. It’s an American right that they have earned; a privilege that they have lost blood, sweat and tears to obtain.
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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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With all my “qualifications” to be an exemplary voter, I am still a less-than-proud owner of only one passport: Russian.
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With all my “qualifications” to be an exemplary voter, I am still a less-than-proud owner of only one passport: Russian.
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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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When you cast your ballot, make sure you share your voice. As you share your voice, make sure you are the one speaking.
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When you cast your ballot, make sure you share your voice. As you share your voice, make sure you are the one speaking.
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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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While Trump may have empowered some men to feel as though they can proudly say and do racist and misogynistic things, in the end, these systems of thought were in place well before Trump came into office.
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While Trump may have empowered some men to feel as though they can proudly say and do racist and misogynistic things, in the end, these systems of thought were in place well before Trump came into office.
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There is something comforting about relying on voting to fix all of our problems and pretending a broken system is functional.
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There is something comforting about relying on voting to fix all of our problems and pretending a broken system is functional.
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