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A QR code placed by Senator Taran Booker of ASG on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 2 p.m. at University Square to motivate students to vote.

ASG Hosts a Voters Registration Drive at FCC

Story By: Elijah Wingfield, News Editor October 22, 2022

The Voter Registration Drive is an event set up by the Associated Student Government at Fresno City College that is meant to remind students of the importance of voting. The Drive will be set up on...

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Rampage Editorial Staff Weighs in on the Importance of Voting

Story By: Ben Hensley, David Richards, Julie Chavez, and Patrick Henslee October 19, 2020

Ben Hensley:  Editor-in-Chief The United States of America is the land of opportunity. Our opportunity starts in the voting booth. Whether by mail or in person (social distancing required), voting...

Kevin Cookingham will face Jim Costa, Devin Nunes will face Phil Arballo and Jerry Dyer will be Fresno;s next mayor.

The Results: The California Primary is Decided and Matches Are Set For The November Election

Story By: Hannah Lanier, News Editor March 11, 2020

Super-Tuesday came and went and so did a lot of candidates.  The California Primary Election determines which presidential candidate receieves California's sizeable delegate count. The General Election...

The Primaries: Everything You Need To Know For The Local Primary Races

Story By: Hannah Lanier, News Editor February 26, 2020

On March 3, California, along with 14 other states, will participate in Super Tuesday.  Super Tuesday is the day where the most states and territories vote in the primary election. Voters in the...

A Voter’s Guide to The Ballot Box

A Voter’s Guide to The Ballot Box

Story By: Bryan Beltran, Reporter October 23, 2018

A previous version of this article identified Andreas Borgeas as a Democrat, when he is a Republican.  From city councils to congress, there is a lot on the ballot and a lot at stake for the Nov....

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