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Why is This Election Important To You?

Staff members of The Camasonian asked students: “Why is this election important to you?” “This country is in need of a change. We need someone who has not been tried for crime because that sends the wrong message to the next generation.” – Senior “The sense of representation needs to be increased among young people. […]

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News US & World

“Trumped Up” Debates

It is hard to find anyone who does not have an opinion on the presidential election. Until this year, the most-watched debate was between Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter in 1980 which caught the attention of 81 million citizens. In 2016 roughly 84 million people watched the debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, topping […]

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News US & World

Clinton Leaves No Debate

The debates are over, and now Americans across the country tensely await the results of the election on November 8th. But what got the country to this point? The Camasonian takes a closer look at the debates that brought the country to where it is today. In the final debate, Clinton, wearing a white suit, […]

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Local News School

Annual CYAC Candidate Forum

Local politicians are often seen by voters only in the media or newspaper. Students in CYAC meet Friday mornings with local leaders to discuss political issues at all levels of government, and how to better the Camas Community. Emma Jones, Brenton Riddle, Jack Kelly, Melody Hollar, Kelsie Ackerman, Rachel Higgins, Katie Blair, Danny Kelly, Sydney […]