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Adam Duberstein

Student Perspective: Why Local Politics Matter

Deep into the election season that seems never-ending, we reached out to students to ask why voting is important to them. Adam Duberstein (PsyD 4) sent us the following blog on running for office and the importance of local politics. The views Adam shares are entirely his own, MSP does

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President’s Perspective: Voter Suppression

Dear MSP Community, The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was a landmark piece of federal legislation in the United States that prohibits racial discrimination in voting. In 2013, Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act was struck down by the Supreme Court in Shelby County vs. Holder. Section 4 was

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Make a Voting Plan!

Here’s what Michigan residents need to know about voting this year: Early voting in Michigan began on September 24, 2020 for what is known as “absentee in-person” voting. The period to vote “absentee in-person” runs from 9/24/20 until 11/02/20, but dates and hours may vary depending on where you live.

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President’s Perspective: Get Out the Vote

Dear MSP Community, With just weeks until the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election in November, I am writing to ask you to join me in an institution-wide effort to get-out-the-vote (GOTV). Many will face obstacles to voting this year. The media is reporting on fewer polling stations, longer lines and other

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