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SGA to hold voter registration drive

Staff Reports Student Government Association wants you to vote, and the governing body is holding voter registration drives throughout this week in University Union 337. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Wazny wins District 3, Briggs upsets Ryan

    Wazny wins District 3, Briggs upsets Ryan

Rhiannon Saegert / Senior Staff Writer & Dalton LaFerney / News Editor Kathleen Wazny defeated her opponent, Amber Briggle, for the District 3 councilmember seat with about 70 percent of

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Denton plays historic role on Election Day

    Denton plays historic role on Election Day

Photo Story by: Byron Thompson – Senior Staff Photographer Niki Chochrek, middle, and Angie Holliday, right, supporters of Frack Free Denton, asked students last week if they’ve heard about the

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On the ballot: issues for upcoming elections

    On the ballot: issues for upcoming elections

Dalton LaFerney / Senior Staff Writer Early voting began on Monday and will run until Oct. 31 before the Nov. 4 general election. Voter registration deadlines have already passed, and

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Social media aids Frack Free Denton

Kristen Watson / Contributing writer Social activism has evolved with the changing of the decades. Campaigns, once full of marches,

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Davis campaign registers students on last day

Steven James / Staff Writer Because today was the last day for Texas citizens to register to vote for the

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SGA underwhelmed by referendum turnout

Paul Wedding / Intern Writer The Student Government Association succeeded in passing all three referendums during voting last week, but

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SGA sets up booth for early voting

Steven James / Staff Writer As the first day of early voting for the Texas gubernatorial race, draws nearer, UNT’s

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Denton County Elections Administrator upgrades to Tarrant County office

    Denton County Elections Administrator upgrades to Tarrant County office

Rhiannon Saegert / Senior Staff Writer After 18 years, former elections administrator Frank Phillips has left Denton County to take over

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Low voter turnout plagues Denton government

    Low voter turnout plagues Denton government

Javier Navarro // Staff Writer One day while teaching his upper-level political science class, professor Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha asked his students if

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