Amendments on the Nov. 6 election ballot not covered by media

Voters walked up to their stations over the past weeks to be greeted by more than just names to choose from. Every election season, separate states place constitutional amendment options on the ballot for citizens to vote on. Many citizens find however that they are looking at these amendments for the first time when walking
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Informed students give predictions on elections

By Alexandra Hedrick and Rande Robinson Nov. 2 is Election Day statewide and a few well-informed students at Southeastern have given their predictions and opinions on this year’s midterm elections. The race for Senator between David Vitter and Charlie Melancon has turned ugly, with each candidate using airtime to bash the other, said Ann O’Connor,
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