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Women Win in 2018 Midterms

By Kaitlyn Benacquisto Web Content Contributor Midterms have come and gone. I think most people are probably having mixed feelings about the results, no matter what party you associate with-- Democrats will take control of the House while Republicans will maintain control of the Senate. Parties aside, this midterm election was a huge win for women. Locally, we elected some women into positions of power. Hays County voted in favor […]

todayNovember 15, 2018 30

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Voting on Campus 2018

By Lauren Jurgemeyer Blog Content Contributor If you were able to register to vote before the registration deadline, there are some important things you might be wondering.Am I registered? What do I need to bring? When and where can I vote? Here are some great resources to make sure you are ready for election day! Check your registration status here. If you are from out of state request an absentee […]

todayOctober 19, 2018 26


Trump Wins Presidency, City Council Elections Turn to a Runoff

By Dawson Vansteenhouse and Bri Watkins KTSW News Reporter and The University Star News Editor Donald Trump has been elected as our 45th President of the United States with a 279 to 218 electoral vote lead currently. "I pledge to every citizen I will be president for all Americans," Trump said. Trump expressed his gratitude and respect toward Clinton’s hard-working ethic to the greater good of the country. "I can only say, […]

todayNovember 9, 2016 18


Trump Takes Lead in 2016 Election

By Archana Nair and Victoria Beeler News Reporters The second round of polls have closed, and so far, Republican Candidate Donald Trump has won 129 electoral votes. In the first round, Trump won the race in Kentucky with 65 percent of the popular vote, Indiana with 64 percent of the popular vote and West Virginia with 60 percent. This should not come as a surprise, since these states historically vote […]

todayNovember 8, 2016 4


Texas Voter Turnout Breaks Records

By Amanda Forbes and Austi Bryant News Reporters Results are showing that Bexar, Harris, Travis and Dallas county are leaning towards Hillary Clinton. Most northern counties are leaning towards Donald Trump. Texas is breaking previous voting records as the divisive presidential race takes place. KVUE reported that Texas set a record with registered voters, which accounts for nearly 80 percent of the state’s eligible voting population. More than 15.1 million […]

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Several Major Positions and Bonds Up for Election in San Marcos Community

By Elizabeth Parrish and Jacey Yarbrough News Reporters Two bonds are up for vote on the ballot. Proposition 1 includes just over $106 million for public safety and law enforcement facilities. Proposition 2 includes just over $131 million for public road projects. There are five candidates in the running for mayor, including John Thomaides, Cherif Gacis, Ruben Becerra, Sam Brannon and Jacob Montoya. For City Council Place 1 Seat, Lisa […]

todayNovember 8, 2016 4


Texas Democrats Hope to Win Blue Seats

By Amanda Forbes and Austi Bryant News Reporters According to recent polls, Texas may not turn blue for the presidential race, but Democrats still hope to clench seats in a handful of offices. Historically, elections in Texas are not competitive as a result of the partisan redistricting process. However, the 2016 presidential race has contributed to Texas’ gradually growing Democratic population. NPR reports that the demographic groups influencing Texas’ Democratic […]

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Sam Brannon: Mayoral Candidate

By Grant Morris News Reporter Election season is here and that includes the city of San Marcos. Five residents of the city are throwing their name in the hat to be the next mayor of one of the fastest growing cities and home to our very own Texas State University. Among them is six-year San Marcos resident and former veteran of the corporate world, Mr. Sam Brannon. Sam Brannon believes […]

todayOctober 31, 2016 70

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Guiding You Through Election Season

By Asia Daggs Assistant Web Content Manager I am sure you are past exhausted of hearing about the 2016 Presidential Campaign and the candidates at this point. Don’t worry, WE ALL ARE. The past two debates, and arguably the entire campaign, have not been taken seriously at all due to the perception that each candidate is a joke. However, there is a point when we have to make-do with what we have been […]

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