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High Tensions As Presidential Election Drags On

As the divisive 2020 election season comes to an end, tensions and emotions remain high, but a record voter turnout and unprecedented political participation from younger generations give many hope for the future. As of November 7, the amount of votes for former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris reached a point where […]

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February 14: Special Election for Levy

February 14 Special Election The Camas School District is asking voters to approve a four-year Maintenance and Operations Levy and a Technology Levy to replace the current levies which will expire at the end of 2017. Ballots for the February 14 election will be mailed to voters’ homes in late-January. Click here to watch the […]

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Presidential Riots

On November 9, Donald Trump delivered his acceptance speech after a long and hard-fought election. In that speech he made a promise that should have comforted citizens, saying, “I pledge to every citizen of our land that I will be president for all Americans.” Unfortunately, this didn’t seem to be enough for everyone In light […]

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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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Election 2016: Moving Forward

The Presidential election of 2016 is in the books. Now, the staff of The Camasonian looks ahead by asking CHS students: “What is your reaction to the election, and what are your thoughts on the future of America?” “I wasn’t surprised. Why would I have been? Trump was going to win, from the start, you could […]

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“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 […]