Playing politics

UA deserves polling station

Thirty-one thousand people live, work, and attend class on the University of Arkansas' campus in Fayetteville. All told, they account for more than 20 percent of the voting-age population in Washington County, and they deserve what their colleagues at Arkansas State University, Hendrix College, and the University of Central Arkansas receive each election cycle: an on-campus polling station.

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Nodmcm says...

A bunch of those white college kids, who are millenials, will vote Democrat if they vote, so of course the Republican authorities will not make it easy for them to vote. Read the other article in today's paper about the secretary of state's office and lists of felons used to shut down folks' voting rights. Look, if you cannot win an election with your message of taking care of the rich through more tax cuts, then Republicans have to mess around with the voting pool, and make sure that Democrats cannot vote. Is this stuff easy, or what?

Posted 25 July 2016, 6:07 a.m. Suggest removal

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