Kaine, Pence Visit Philadelphia Following VP Debate
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Kaine, Pence Visit Philadelphia Following VP Debate

Tim Kaine spoke at the Sheet Metal Workers Local Union Wednesday night, just one day after facing off against Republican Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence. Kaine took multiple jabs at the Indiana Governor, saying that Pence “couldn’t defend Donald Trump.” He reasoned that if his Vice Presidential candidate couldn’t defend him, how are the American people supposed to vote for him? View More »
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Campus Political Organizations Hope to Inspire Students to Get Out and Vote

Following the first 2016 Presidential Debate, election season is in full swing nation-wide. Many Temple students are inspired to light a political fire on campus, including student fellows and volunteers working with the Democratic Party of Pennsylvania. “I think that is one of the great gifts of Democracy, anyone can get involved at any point of their life,” freshman volunteer Collin Wardius says, “ And I think it is important from an early age just showing students especially and younger children that your voice does matter.” Student volunteers work in the North Philadelphia Office at Cecil B. View More »
Mrs. Obama pumping the crowd up at Lasalle University to get out and vote.
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First Lady Visits LaSalle University, Stresses the Importance of Voting

Michelle Obama took the stage at LaSalle University Wednesday morning, greeting a cheering crowd of a thousands that came out to see the First Lady discuss this upcoming election, and how she plans to campaign for Hillary Clinton. Although Michelle’s main goal of the speech was to get the crowd excited and eager to support Clinton, she managed to talk about a topic of discussion that needs to be said at this very moment in time; the importance of voting. View More »