University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

University of Windsor undergrads elect Jeremiah Bowers UWSA president

Last night, the 2017 unofficial by-election results were announced at the Hum lounge. 19-year-old second year student, Jeremiah Bowers received 501 votes in a close race against his opponent R.J “Soul-Train” Sivanesan, who received 404 votes. “I’m so happy that I now have the platform to do the things I...

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UWSA Fall Campaigning Begins

It’s time for University of Windsor students to choose their voice. The 2014 UWSA bi-election is underway with a fresh pallet of candidates and new regulations to make sure this years election is a success.    

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Politics Lacking Interest with Our Future Leaders

Politics Lacking Interest with Our Future Leaders

The right to vote is a choice, one in which many young voters are deciding not to partake in. With the latest municipal election wrapping up two weeks ago, voter turn-out has become a popular topic. According to the “Official Results Summary” released by the City of Windsor, only 37.5%...

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Windsor's New Mayor

Drew Dilkens comes out on top in the 2014 municipal election over some impressive candidates. Dilkens dominated the votes at the October 27th election in Windsor, beating out other notable candidates, John Millson, and Larry Horwitz. “Running for mayor is an experience that will have lasting effects on the way...

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Online and Phone Voting in Tecumseh — Not in Windsor

Voting has always been a key interest in communities and nations alike. Municipalities of Tecumseh and Leamington have adopted online and phone voting. Voting is necessary and does not seem to appeal to the young demographic. This generation being considered the digital generation has spun some municipalities using different methods....

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Election Sign Etiquette

Ontario elections are held every four years and with most campaigns come political advertising in the forms of signs. Most popular are lawn signs which are erected on a supporter’s property but signs also extend to posters, banners, and even billboards. Residents may be startled when campaigning begins as lawn...

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Municipal Elections Missing Female Candidates

  Out of the over 50 candidates running in this year’s Windsor and Essex County Municipal Election, only nine of them are female.  Check out this video to learn more about it.    

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Who Casts Their Vote in The Municipal Election?

Reporter Nicole Vanrabaeys spoke to students at the University of Windsor  to see whether or not they were planning to vote in the upcoming municipal election. Here’s what some of them said.

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Drew Dilkens: The Team Behind the Face

Drew Dilkens: The Team Behind the Face

Debates, public meetings, and door-to-door campaigns can leave the candidate on an empty tank. But sometimes the stress on the hustings can be cushioned by the machine that’s behind the politician. In the case of Drew Dilkins, Abe Taqtaq, his campaign manager, is running things in a way that few...

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