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The Cornell Daily Sun Election Watch Nov. 1


With just one week left until the general election, Clinton leads Trump by a slim margin in several national polls. On campus, women’s advocacy groups voiced concern that a Trump presidency will lead to setbacks in women’s rights, and The Sun’s latest poll indicates that over 70 percent of surveyed students will cast ballots for Clinton on Nov. 8. Check out this week’s Election Watch written by Anna Kook and edited by Justin Park.

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The Cornell Daily Sun Election Watch Oct. 26


In latest election news, students reacted with disapproval to Trump’s indecision about accepting the election results if Clinton wins. Students Against Trump also formed a chapter on campus and The Sun’s latest poll indicates that over 70 percent of surveyed students will vote for Clinton in the general election. Tune in to this week’s Election Watch produced by Anna Kook and edited by Justin Park.

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Willard Straight Hall Student Union Directors Express Concerns About Leadership Changes

“The SUB has had a strong relationship with their former advisors, and in the meeting with VP Lombardi it was noted that such a transition can be difficult,” he said. “The transition [should] have no direct impact on the SUB’s ability to operate as a successful student organization and perform their daily functions and services to the student body.”

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Two Cornell Alumni Successfully Petition for Trustee Candidacy

“Getting on the ballot is a great success,” Monger said. “That in itself is a big statement by Cornell alumni. But there is still the big challenge ahead of getting the word out to the Cornell Alumni that it is important for them to take the time to vote when they receive their ballot.”