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Over the Hill: Congressional Democrats Face Age Problem

By Alex Soderstrom If the past three presidential elections have been any indication, the Democratic Party is the party of the young. Barack Obama buried his opponents in the competition for the under-30 vote in both 2008 and 2012, and Hillary Clinton captured the vote of 55 percent of that same demographic in 2016. According…

Fact-Checking the Great Debate

By: Chet Martin I’ll do just about anything for free pizza. In that spirit, I was dispatched by Georgia Political Review at great expense to cover the debate between College Republicans and Young Democrats in room 213 of the SLC (underclassmen, stop trying to make MLC happen). The debate came together thanks to the Athens Political…

The candidates for the 10th District, Courtesy of UGA College Republicans
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50 Shades of Red: The Race to Be Athens’ Next Representative

By: Andrew Peoples and Rob Oldham As the sun set over Athens Wednesday, September 18, the curtain began to rise on the race for Representative Paul Broun’s soon-to-be vacant congressional seat as the UGA College Republicans hosted the first Republican primary debate in the Miller Learning Center. As students, volunteers, and concerned citizens filed into the…

Paul Broun’s No-Holds-Barred Senate Campaign

By: Chris Neill Rep. Paul Broun’s status as the only candidate to have formally entered the 2014 Senate race came to an end with Rep. Phil Gingrey’s official announcement. But while others have spent time contemplating whether or not to put their names in the hat, Broun has hit the campaign trail hard. He gave…

Senator Saxby Chambliss: The Untimely Retirement

By: Nathan Williams In his first public appearance since announcing his retirement, U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss, (R-Ga.), welcomed guests Monday to the University of Georgia chapel alongside Senator Mark Warner, (D-Va.), as they prepared to take the stage for the Terry Leadership Speaker Series to address national economic issues. Directly addressing the youth in attendance,…

The Great Debate

By: Andrew Roberts On Wednesday night, the Chapel on North Campus was packed with political enthusiasts eager to hear the Young Democrats and the College Republicans fight it out for the first time on stage. Hosted by the Georgia Political Review, Non-Partisans for Progress, the Roosevelt Institute, and the Honors Program Student Council, the event…

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