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Bern’d Out: Bernie Sanders supporters pushing for revolution without revolutional candidate

Bern’d Out: Bernie Sanders supporters pushing for revolution without revolutional candidate

By Casey Schmauder / Staff Writer

September 20, 2016

While campaign stickers and t-shirts for now-defeated Democratic primary candidate Bernie Sanders still occasionally crop up around campus, “Feeling the Bern” chalk drawings and posters, marches in support of the far-left politician and the fiery vigor that once surrounded his campaign on college campuse...

McGinty’s CMU rally creates hope for Democratic unity

McGinty’s CMU rally creates hope for Democratic unity

By Henry Glitz / Columnist

September 20, 2016

Three unlikely Democratic allies gathered together Friday afternoon in Carnegie Mellon University’s Wiegand Gymnasium to speak, one after another, despite the fact that they wouldn’t have dared standing shoulder to shoulder in April. The three politicians standing on stage were Pennsylvania Senate ...

GALLERY: Katie McGinty and Bernie Sanders Visit CMU

GALLERY: Katie McGinty and Bernie Sanders Visit CMU

By John Hamilton | Staff Photographer

September 20, 2016

Bill Clinton campaigns in Homewood

By Macey Zaffina / For The Pitt News

September 9, 2016

On a stage in Homewood, surrounded by union workers and community members, Bill Clinton declared that Hillary Clinton knows how to bring Americans together. “If we’re not willing to live together and work together, we’re not going to grow faster and grow fairer,” Clinton said. “Hillary...

Bill Clinton to speak in Homewood neighborhood

Bill Clinton to speak in Homewood neighborhood

By Emily Brindley / Assistant News Editor

September 7, 2016

Just days after a visit from Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine and current Vice President Joe Biden, Former President Bill Clinton will swing by Pittsburgh this Friday for the Democratic party’s latest stop in the Steel City. At 11:45 a.m. on Sept. 9, the Pennsylvania Democrats will host t...

Kaine and Biden speak at Pittsburgh Labor Day parade

Kaine and Biden speak at Pittsburgh Labor Day parade

By Brad Smertz / For the Pitt News

September 6, 2016

Vice President Joe Biden said he fell in love with Pittsburgh after he fell in love with Pitt. During his senior year of high school, he said, Pitt offered him a football scholarship, sparking his affection for the University and the Steel City. Although he did not accept the offer, Biden came ba...

Storify: Kaine, Biden speak before Pittsburgh Labor Day Parade

Storify: Kaine, Biden speak before Pittsburgh Labor Day Parade

By Amanda Reed and Brad Smertz / The Pitt News Staff

September 5, 2016

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Underneath the Trump supporters’ veil

Underneath the Trump supporters’ veil

By Julia Aldrich / For The Pitt News

September 1, 2016

Fear is a dangerous notion, but hope could arguably be worse. Presidential candidate Donald Trump is notorious for utilizing bigotry and fear as a means of self-promotion. The billionaire businessman has been rising to the top and gaining supporters all while boasting his famous slogan “Make Am...

Tim Kaine to speak at Pittsburgh Labor Day parade

Tim Kaine to speak at Pittsburgh Labor Day parade

By Lauren Rosenblatt / News Editor

September 1, 2016

Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s running mate, will make a brief stop at Pittsburgh’s Labor Day parade on Monday. Kaine will jet off to join Clinton in Cleveland later the same day. The Labor Day parade starts at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 5, and will run from the Grey...

Q & A: Braddock mayor John Fetterman

Q & A: Braddock mayor John Fetterman

By Alexa Bakalarski / News Editor

August 22, 2016

Braddock Mayor John Fetterman doesn’t think he’s an “anti-establishment” politician. But he does think it’s time for a change. In his recent bid for the U.S. Senate, many of his supporters backed Senator Bernie Sanders, who gained popularity for pushing the democratic platform farther left...

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