Despite close numbers between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney nationally, likely voters at Penn have self-identified as 55.0 percent Democrat, according to a poll conducted by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
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Employees of the Philadelphia-based Rothman Institute Orthopaedics are the biggest company donor to Romney Victory, Inc.
The GOP has reason to hope with the release of recent polls showing President Barack Obama’s previous lead significantly reduced in Pennsylvania.
Former Sen. Arlen Specter’s longtime friend looked down from the podium at the high-ceilinged temple filled with mourners and said, “I can feel the spirit of my longtime friend Sen. Specter surrounding me, looking at a crowd this size and wondering, ‘How can we turn this into a fundraiser?’”
In the 2000 presidential election, College sophomore Anthony Cruz’s father voted for George W. Bush. His mother voted for Al Gore.
In this election cycle, Penn employees are cumulatively the third-highest political donors among Ivy League schools.
Before the country knew about “47 percent,” Wharton alum Marc Leder stayed relatively under the political radar.
I hadn’t expected the quiet that permeated FactCheck’s back-end on the night of the first presidential debate.
On Monday, former President Bill Clinton became the latest in a string of high-profile political figures to stop in Philadelphia.
Penn has extended its reach on policy beyond Philadelphia to become the biggest lobbyist in the Ivy League.
Pennsylvania’s status as a crucial swing state has come into question with both campaigns pulling television ads from the state beginning this summer.
Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled 4-2 to send the Voter ID law back to the lower court for additional hearings.
Although Twitter has become the newest tool for measuring the success of political speeches and conventions, the technique still needs refinement.
Many Pennsylvania colleges are taking on the burden of ensuring their students can vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The July 20 shooting in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater has prompted a closer look at gun culture and gun laws throughout the country, including on Penn’s campus and in Philadelphia.
New changes and challenges have hit Pennsylvania’s voter identification law this week.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has filed suit against Penn’s Board of Trustees in Tennessee, where the two had been collaborating on a research project.
Every day, College freshman Gabe Delaney wears an American flag pin on his lapel.
Three members of the Penn community arrested during the Occupy eviction on Nov. 30 were acquitted of their charges at their trial on April 26.
Yesterday’s Pennsylvania primary results brought no surprises.