Many students are facing long wait times to vote as lines snake through University buildings with peak waits of up to two hours, and both state election limitations or higher than usual voter turnout could be factors.
As University of Michigan students line up at the polls Tuesday to select either Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton or Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, some are expressing more hesitancy than enthusiasm as they cast their
WARREN — On the eve of Election Day, Donald Trump Jr. said Michigan residents could change the deceptive nature of politics by voting for his father, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, for president of the United States in a stop in the state.
During President Barack Obama’s visit to the University of Michigan Monday — one day before Election Day — the president aimed to use his legacy to sway students and other state residents to turn out for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
As the election season comes to a close, the University of Michigan’s chapters of College Democrats and College Republicans plan to encourage student voting through campaign events and watch parties of differing sizes.
LANSING — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, the Republican vice presidential nominee, made a campaign stop Friday morning in Lansing to rally support for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, just four days before Election Day Tuesday.
Though campus is abuzz about the presidential election, international students, many of whom have never experienced the American political process firsthand, are bringing a new perspective to the contentious race.
Students for Hillary held a “Why #ImWithHer” event on the Diag at the University of Michigan on Monday — just one of the events held in support of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in anticipation of Election Day.