The House of Representatives impeached 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump one week after he incited a deadly attack against the Capitol, making him the only president in United States history to be impeached more than once.
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In less than one month, 2013 Engineering graduate Rick Krajewski will assume office as to represent Philadelphia’s 188th district, which encompasses Penn’s campus in University City and surrounding West Philadelphia neighborhoods.
Less than a month out from the Georgia Senate runoff elections, Penn Democrats members are pulling out all the stops in an effort to turn the Senate blue.
In the history-making 2020 presidential election, both presidential nominees had strong ties to the University, with President-elect Joe Biden previously serving as a Presidential Professor of Practice and President Donald Trump as a 1968 graduate of the Wharton School.
Exactly one month after Election Day, Penn Democrats held a virtual meet-and greet with Penn graduate and State Rep. Jennifer O’Mara, one of the youngest members of the Pennsylvania State Legislature.
As local businesses prepare to adhere to new COVID-19 citywide restrictions, Smokey Joe’s Bar, which in a normal year sees hordes of Penn students night after night, will have to close its doors indefinitely.
After President-elect and former Penn professor Joe Biden's victory, Penn Democrats will shift its focus from presidential campaigning to helping Biden achieve his campaign promises. To start off, the group will focus on turning the Senate blue with the upcoming Georgia runoff elections.
After months of hoping and organizing, Biden's presidential victory marked a sigh of relief – but by no means the end of the road – for many Penn students and political activists.
One day before Joe Biden officially became the president-elect, Penn Justice Democrats and Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America hosted a post-election discussion about the future of leftist politics, featuring leading leftist scholar Cornel West.
After Philadelphia's polling places closed at 8 p.m. this evening, leaders of Penn's political groups anxiously tuned in to watch the preliminary election results.
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Just two weeks before the election, several members of Penn Democrats discovered that a significant portion of the students who had registered to vote on-campus had not received their mail-in ballots because they had been misdelivered to Penn's college house mailrooms.
Each presidential election year, Penn Democrats usually host a convention for other collegiate Democratic clubs where members listen to speakers, phonebank, and contribute to panel discussions surrounding key issues and upcoming races. Despite COVID-19, DemCon continued in a new digital format.
With less than a month before the November election, Pennsylvania Asian American Pacific Islanders for Biden hosted a virtual rally to mobilize AAPIs to vote early in Pennsylvania — one of eight battleground states for the upcoming election.
As members of the Penn community anticipate a historic election, several political and film groups on campus co-hosted a virtual screening the documentary "Boys State" to promote voter registration and the importance of civic engagement.
Penn College Republicans faced off against Penn Democrats in a contentious live-streamed debate Thursday night, mirroring the fractious contest between 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump and former Penn Professor of Practice Joe Biden earlier this week.
Tuesday night’s fractious presidential debate, between 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump and former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden, was met with fierce reactions from some of Penn’s most prominent election experts and political student group leaders.
Amidst a nationwide poll worker shortage during a historic election year, several Penn alumni founded an organization to encourage healthy, low-risk candidates to sign up to be poll workers.
As 1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump downplayed the COVID-19 crisis and racial tensions at a Tuesday evening town hall in Philadelphia, protesters gathered outside the event's venue and called for his removal from office.
Annenberg School for Communication professor Carlin Romano will keep his seat on the board of the National Books Critics Circle after narrowly surviving a vote to remove him.