Proposition 19 passes among California voters.
Students at Long Beach State share mixed opinions about President Donald J. Trump being able to hold rallies that attract big crowds while the university still is unable to host in-person events, gatherings or potentially even a commencement ceremony.
Just hours before the next President of the United States is announced and city council seats are filled, students at Long Beach State spill the tea on why they’re voting.
¿Quién está en la boleta electoral para las elecciones de 2020?
The second and last presidential debate covered significantly more ground than the first due to new rules set on muting to allow each candidate uninterrupted time to answer.
Sen. Cory Booker, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla discuss why voting matters at virtual CSULB event
CSULB Sustainability hosts a virtual event Tuesday promoting voter participation that featured guest speakers Sen. Cory Booker, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and Melissa Romero, California League of Conservation Voters legislative affairs manager.
Starting on Oct. 24, Long Beach residents can drop off their ballots or vote in person at The Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
Student fellows from across the state held a panel in support of voting yes on Proposition 16 and to discuss the importance of affirmative action.
Why voting won’t change the status quo.
Rejecting racism and fighting for inclusion.