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Politics

11/06/22 11:45pm
Roughly 7,500 people attended the rally that Obama and Biden headlined on Nov. 5 at Temple University’s Liacouras Center.
11/03/22 8:16pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to eight experts and three Penn students about what fossil fuel divestment would entail from an administrative standpoint, the challenges of divestment, as well as the potential environmental impact.  
11/02/22 2:26am
The play was written by Ruby Rae Spiegel and centers around two high schoolers in Florida attempting to find a way to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, foiled by regulations and a hostile environment and attitudes toward abortion. 
11/02/22 12:17am
Biden and Obama will speak at a campaign event for Senate nominee Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
11/01/22 10:05pm
With contentious races for governor and Senate in Pennsylvania, The DP spoke with Penn community members about how the upcoming Nov. 8 elections’ results will have direct consequences on  Americans’ everyday lives, including Penn students.
10/31/22 8:47pm
Should Mastriano win the gubernatorial race and the state legislature limits access to reproductive healthcare, Penn could become the only Ivy League institution whose students do not have access to an abortion because of their state's policies.
10/31/22 10:31am
Several PORES faculty and affiliated students work on the NBC News Decision Desk each year, assisting the network in projecting the outcome of races.
10/30/22 10:34pm
Shapiro spoke about the importance of the upcoming midterm elections and his focus on more restrictive gun legislation, accessible election reforms, and securing reproductive rights. 
10/27/22 7:45pm
Ahead of Election Day, Scanlon spoke to The Daily Pennsylvanian about the importance of the upcoming midterms, saying, "It’s all on the line in this election." 
10/27/22 7:37pm
The anonymous survey, which ran from Oct. 11 to Oct. 26, garnered 346 responses from the Class of 2023 through the Class of 2026. 
10/26/22 11:13pm
The event discussed the causes behind migration trends in Europe, the resurgence of anti-immigration biases, and what the European Union and the United Kingdom can do to support migrants.
10/26/22 11:08pm
Rhynhart has spent the last five years as the city controller, where she audited the city government and made economic and public-safety recommendations.
10/26/22 9:53pm
Six of Oz's former classmates weighed in on his transformation from a Penn-educated celebrity doctor to Republican candidate for Senate in one of the most closely watched races in the country this fall.
10/26/22 2:08pm
The panel was headed by three speakers: Penn professor and Political Science Department Chair Ian Lustick, former Deputy Director of Jewish Voices for Peace Rabbi Alissa Wise, and Jewish Voices for Peace member Marta Guttenberg. 
10/25/22 10:31pm
Political disillusionment and language barriers are among some obstacles that student leaders of cultural groups on campus cited as barriers to civic engagement ahead of next month's midterm elections.
10/24/22 1:11am
Ahead of the midterm elections in November, PORES, an undergraduate research organization, partnered with SurveyMonkey to conduct a national poll among 21,730 people in the U.S. 
10/21/22 5:54pm
The academic symposium followed Liz Magill's inauguration formally commencing her tenure as the school's ninth president.
10/20/22 12:33am
The memoir is titled “And How Are the Children? Timeless Lessons from the Frontlines of Motherhood," and features a foreword by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
10/18/22 12:29am
The survey also found that more Americans are viewing the Court as a politically biased institution.
10/17/22 1:27am
The researchers discovered that most tweets had a right-leaning spin and that posts with conservative sources received more engagement than those with liberal sources.