Trende On White Voters and Winning Coalitions
Many point to the 2012 election as the cataclysmic coalition-shifting event that will forever mark the end of the GOP, lest it transform itself. But
Election Legal Battles May Be Unavoidable
The New York Times and others are reporting on pre-election and post-election legal battles that could tie up the results of the presidential election for
California Common Sense Releases "The Common Sense Voter’s Guide to the 2012 Propositions"
California Common Sense (CACS), a non-profit and non-partisan organization founded by Review Alumni that informs voters by opening government data to the public and analyzing
Partisanship in the Classroom: Stanford Faculty and the 2012 Elections
As the election cycle heats up across the nation, Stanford campus is no exception to the excitement and activism. Already, a number of “get out
Day in Review: October 4, 2012
Romney Wins First Debate! Viewers select Romney as the hands-down winner. Andrew Sullivan live-blogged the debate. WSJ blog features wrap up and top reads on
Julian Castro, Stanford Grad, Keynotes at Democratic Convention
The stars have aligned for Stanford graduate Julian Castro. He graduated with a degree in political science in 1996 and subsequently earned a law degree
Executive Candidate Spending Limits and Public Financing Now Uncertain
Be patient with me–I’m still trying to figure this all out, as is the rest of the ASSU. Last evening, Elections Commissioner Adam
Election Results Announced: Cruz/Macgregor-Dennis, SOCC Victorious
The 2011 Spring General Election results have officially been announced by the Elections Commission. The quick run-down is: highest undergraduate turnout in recorded history, driven
New Slate Enters Exec Race - Tenzin/Vasquez
It’s officially a race! Tenzin Seldon ’12 and Joe Vasquez ’11 (co-term) are entering the race for ASSU Executive, presenting the first credible challenge
Senior Class President Slate Launches
Even as the rising junior class struggles to find a single slate to run, competition has appeared for the senior class presidents. Senior Shore, a
Want to End ASSU Senate Factionalism?
In the 2008-2009 Senate term, there were seven Students of Color Coalition (SOCC) Senators, seven Students for a Better Stanford (SBS) Senators, and one independent
Retroactive Special Fees Rulings?
This year, six VSOs failed to receive special fees funding not because they did not receive 50 percent approval (although some came close), but rather