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Suffolk law professors doubt the viability of Trump legal challenges

William Woodring, Staff Writer November 25, 2020

In the wake of the election, President Donald Trump has filed lawsuits in multiple states challenging the results, however, it is becoming even more unlikely that the results will change. According...

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Trump supporters protest, deny Biden victory

Samantha Bailey, Journal Contributor November 18, 2020

In the weeks leading up to the 2020 election, polling facilities were receiving millions of mail-in ballots and early voting ballots in record numbers.  A notable number of people falsely believed...

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Georgia runoff elections to decide Senate’s fate

Savanna Nolau, Staff Writer November 18, 2020

After the Nov. 3 elections, Georgia’s two senate seats are still up for grabs, and the race will go into a runoff election that will determine which party will have a majority in the Senate.  The...

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Biden’s plans for first days in office

Shealagh Sullivan, Staff Writer November 18, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden has announced a series of plans and executive orders he will likely pass in his first days as president, ranging from COVID-19 relief to immigration and corporate tax reforms Biden...

Suffolk Journal 2020 Election Map; Biden has won the presidency

Suffolk Journal 2020 Election Map; Biden has won the presidency

James Bartlett, Politics Editor November 7, 2020

Joe Biden won the presidency with 284 electoral votes Saturday morning after winning Pennsylvania. Joe Biden also won Nevada to tack on six electoral votes, bringing his total to 290. Other states...

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Race to 270: Biden and Trump enter final stretch before election day

James Bartlett, Politics Editor October 28, 2020

With just one week to go until the presidential election, both candidates are making their final pitches to voters. President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Vice President Joe Biden faced off in...

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AOC plays “Among Us” in Twitch livestream

Savanna Nolau, Journal Contributor October 27, 2020

In a voter outreach event on the evening of Oct. 20, U.S. Congress members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar played the newly revived video game “Among Us” on a Twitch livestream. With close...

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Race to 270: Trump, Biden go back on trail and hold town halls

William Woodring, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

After contracting and recovering from COVID-19 with less than a month until the general election, President Donald Trump is officially back on the campaign trail.  Trump held his first in person rally...

Former Vice President Joe Biden

The resurrection of Biden and the slow death of the Sanders campaign

James Bartlett March 31, 2020

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ chance at becoming the Democratic nominee looks grim at best.  Though Sanders is still in the race, it is becoming increasingly clear that Biden is the presumptive nominee...

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Biden takes the lead, Sanders reassess and COVID-19 cuts into primary season

James Bartlett March 18, 2020

Former Vice President and Democratic presidential front runner Joe Biden won all three states that hosted primary contests Tuesday night, and incumbent president Donald Trump clinched the Republican nomination. Four...

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