The economy is usually the most relevant issue during a presidential election, even during war time or, in 2020, the war against COVID-19. If employment and wages are up, the incumbent’s chance of reelection historically rises. Unfortunately for President Donald Trump, COVID-19 changed the framework of the economy, creating an entirely different political landscape than what existed in January.
Republicans on BYU campus are anticipatory for the presidential election on Nov. 3.; some optimistic and some doubtful of President Donald Trump's reelection.
Sen. Mitt Romney tweeted a statement on Tuesday, expressing his displeasure in the current state of politics and blaming President Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and former MSNBC and ESPN host Keith Olbermann.
The vice presidential debate between Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence took place on Wednesday night in Kingsbury Hall at the University of Utah.
In this Jan. 30, 2018 file photo, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg waves in acknowledgement of the applause she receives...
A recent survey conducted by a BYU professor shows that a majority of BYU-educated Millennials and members of Generation Z plan not to vote for Donald Trump in November.