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The outside of the White House before the election results. Joseph Biden is projected to defeat Donald Trump in the presidential election. BRIANNE LEDDA/THE STATESMAN

It’s time to up the pressure on Biden: a reflection on his first month as president

Benjamin Joffe March 4, 2021
#OPINION Jan. 20, 2021 was a momentous day for millions of Americans. It marked the last day for an administration that had done unprecedented harm to communities around the United States.
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The top three candidates at the Iowa caucus. PUBLIC DOMAIN

Iowa caucus results plagued by new technology application

Anya Marquardt February 9, 2020
The Iowa caucuses took place last Monday — the first caucuses to take place in the 2020 election season. The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, won by a slim margin.
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Suffolk County Sheriff’s election too close to call

Joseph Konig November 8, 2017
“We did not concede,” Herman wrote in a text.
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Assistant Chief of Police Lawrence M. Zacarese, above, SAHER JAFRI/STATESMAN FILE

Zacarese beats out Boyle in Suffolk County Republican primary

Joseph Konig September 13, 2017
Assistant Chief of Police and the Director of Campus Emergency Management Lawrence Zacarese came out on top against State Senator Philip Boyle in the Republican primary for Suffolk County sheriff on Tuesday night.
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Political science professor analyzes Democratic presidential debate

Christopher Cameron October 19, 2015
Leonie Huddy spoke on the issues concerning SBU students illustrated at the Democratic presidential debate on Oct. 13, 2015 and analyzed which candidates performed best.
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Politics at its finest: a voting scandal at Stony Brook University

Jeremy Kline October 28, 2014
In recent news, the Stony Brook College Democrats have come under fire from the College Republicans for a rally in support of Tim Bishop that they believed violated Federal voting laws.
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