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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Texas gears up for primary voting season

Texas gears up for primary voting season

Kara Lee, Graphic Editor February 20, 2024

As the voting season approaches, Texans are gearing up to participate in the upcoming primary elections. With early voting for the primary election kicking off on Feb. 20 and election day nearing March...

How to vote in the 2024 primary election

How to vote in the 2024 primary election

Alessandra Avila, Assistant News Editor February 13, 2024

Election day is just around the corner, which means early voting is upon us. Starting Feb. 20, students can head to the polls early to cast their ballots for the 2024 primary election. Political parties...

Texas elections pass 13 of 14 amendments

Texas elections pass 13 of 14 amendments

Abraham Roman, Staff Writer November 13, 2023

Last Tuesday, Texans voted on 14 constitutional amendments, with all but one receiving voter approval. The most popular amongst them were propositions 9 and 4.  Proposition 9, approved by 84% of voters,...

Early voting on Main Campus until Nov. 3

Early voting on Main Campus until Nov. 3

Noah Willoughby, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

Early voting for San Antonio’s upcoming Nov. 7 election opened on October 23 and will run through November 3. Voting can be done on the UTSA campus in the H-E-B Student Union Bexar Room (1.102).  The...

How to vote in the 2023 Texas amendment elections

How to vote in the 2023 Texas amendment elections

Amber Serio, Assistant News Editor October 3, 2023

The 2023 Constitutional Amendment Election will occur in Texas on Nov.  7. Texans will have the opportunity to vote on 14 different constitutional amendments that have been approved by state lawmakers....

Fox pays $787 million: a small price for defaming America

Fox pays $787 million: a small price for defaming America

Tim Woolard, Contributor April 25, 2023

On Jan. 6, 2021, when rioters forced their way into the U.S. Capitol to halt the certification of a fair and free election, they donned campaign T-shirts, chanted slogans, swore oaths, waved flags, raised...

Voting information you need to know

Voting information you need to know

Riley Carroll, Arts & Life Editor April 4, 2023

Roadrunners, have you registered to vote for the Bexar County municipal elections? Here is what you need to know about the upcoming voter registration deadlines. What elections are coming up? What will...

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SGA’s spring election begins

Gauri Raje, News Editor March 27, 2023

The voting period for SGA’s spring election cycle started today at 8:00 a.m. and will run through 11:59 p.m. tomorrow.  Students can cast their ballot through RowdyLink. In order to do so, you must...

Attacking the youth vote

Attacking the youth vote

Editorial Board February 28, 2023
Texas Legislature considering new voting restrictions for college campuses
Selling the perfect candidate

Selling the perfect candidate

Dafny Flores, Staff Writer November 22, 2022

One thing influencers and celebrities have recently presented to their followers is the importance of voting. Election season might have passed, but for months influencers and celebrities had been selling...

Gen Z and voter turnout stereotypes

Gen Z and voter turnout stereotypes

Editorial Board November 15, 2022

As the 2022 midterm elections wrap up around the nation, one factor was immensely contradictory to the predictions and polls of major news networks — Gen Z voters turned out in massive numbers, keeping...

Voter intimidation and its impact on turnout

Voter intimidation and its impact on turnout

Editorial Board November 8, 2022

Since the results of the 2020 presidential election came under scrutiny over claims of voter fraud and electioneering, America has seen a rise in the population of people who are skeptical of the security...

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