Newsroom University of Denver (Election)
2016
November
15,
2016
Experts in the Newsroom Lisa Martinez and Trump's impact on Latinos Many Democrats were surprised by the number of Latino voters who didn't turn out for this election. Clinton won the Latino vote in Colorado by 40 points, but President Obama wo...
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November
11,
2016
The initial reaction to the Donald Trump victory on Wall Street was clearly negative: The DOW futures plunged nearly 800 points late Tuesday and early Wednesday. The drop was not all that surprising, but what happened next was: Two consecutive days o...
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November
10,
2016
When it comes to the Supreme Court, Republican strategy seems to have paid off. By refusing to act on President Obama’s nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to the court, by insisting the choice belong to the next president, they have assured that ...
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November
10,
2016
Few polls predicted that Donald Trump would become the next president of the United States. But as votes started coming in, the exit polls painted a pretty clear picture of what happened: Male voters swung heavily in Trump’s favor; evangelicals, ...
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November
09,
2016
From the Middle East to North Korea, leaders from around the world are viewing a Donald Trump victory differently today. While many countries may have been rooting for Hillary Clinton to take over the White House, President-elect Trump has severa...
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November
07,
2016
“The chaos and craziness that we are seeing in politics did not just happen all by itself. It happened in part because a lot of well-meaning people misunderstood how politics works.” That’s the idea Jonathan Rauch advances in his recent think piec...
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November
03,
2016
With less than a week remaining in the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tied in Colorado. The Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research in the Josef Korbel School of International Studies released the new poll numbers on W...
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November
03,
2016
It’s been nine months of listening to debates, campaign speeches and political pundits. But once the votes are counted and the winners announced, what does it all mean? Two campus events will bring together DU faculty members and community leaders to...
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October
26,
2016
We are less than two weeks away from Election Day, and there’s little doubt of the growing influence of the Latino vote in Colorado and across the country. To truly measure the impact of the Latino vote, the University of Denver’s Latino Leadership I...
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October
20,
2016
Last night, Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump faced off in their final debate of the election season. With the election less than three weeks away, it was one of the final opportunities for each of them to sway undecided voters. Cody Walizer...
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October
19,
2016
The final presidential debate is tonight, and the election is less than three weeks away. In the meantime, University of Denver faculty, staff and students are capitalizing on the national and local issues with a variety of events and educational opp...
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August
15,
2016
Americans already are experiencing one of the wildest presidential elections, and it’s not likely to change over the next 30 days. Third-party candidates are gaining momentum, a trend that will need to continue if they hope to qualify for the pre...
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July
25,
2016
The tickets are set and now it’s a waiting game to see who will become our next president and vice president on Nov. 8. But between now and then, we can expect three more months of political advertising, multiple debates, yards littered with campaign...
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July
11,
2016
Millennials have finally caught up to baby boomers for the largest share of the voting population. The Pew Research Center estimates that 69.2 million millennials are of voting age, nearly equal to the 69.7 million baby boomers who can vote. Both...
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July
08,
2016
When voters go to the polls in November, the U.S. will likely see the most ethnically diverse electorate in history. Nearly one in three voters on Election Day will be Hispanic, black, Asian, or another traditionally underrepresented group. Accor...
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