Let’s Get to Work

Last Tuesday, voters across the country went to the polls and voted for divided government. With the White House still occupied by a Democrat, and both houses of Congress now run by a party whose main goal has been to obstruct the president, opportunities for bipartisanship seem elusive. We believe, Read more…

Penn Polling Locations

If you live on campus, here is where you vote: Du Bois College House VANCE HALL (3733 Spruce St.) Gregory/Van Pelt College House HARRISON COLLEGE HOUSE (3910 Irving St.) Rodin College House VANCE HALL (3733 Spruce St.) Harnwell College House HARNWELL COLLEGE HOUSE (3820 Locust Walk) Harrison College House HARRISON Read more…

Blog: Contentious Kansas

By Carl Palmquist Note: Blog posts reflect the views and opinions of their authors and not necessarily those of Penn Dems as an organization. The reliably red state of Kansas looks increasingly less reliable this election cycle. While the state hasn’t elected a Democratic US Senator since 1932, this year it seems Read more…

Blog: What’s a Nutmegger To Do?

By Sam Iacobellis Note: Blog posts reflect the views and opinions of their authors and not necessarily those of Penn Dems as an organization. Come November 4th, the people of Connecticut will head to the polls to elect a governor. For most voters in the Constitution State, there will be little excitement Read more…

Blog: Right to vote threatened in Wisconsin

By Matt Strahan Note: Blog posts reflect the views and opinions of their authors and not necessarily those of Penn Dems as an organization. “No f*cking way!” In a newly released ACLU video, Lewis Black, the always-enraged comedian, responded to recent attempts by conservative leaders in states around the country to implement Read more…