Marquette Wire

Third parties appeal to young voters

Lelah Byron

November 7, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, Metro & Politics

Then the 2016 presidential election happened, and suddenly everything was different. For the first time, Derrick Talg found himself isolated from his own party.

Bipartisan watch party held in Johnston Hall J-Pad

Alex Garner, News Reporter

November 7, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, Metro & Politics, News, News

Faculty members from across Marquette's colleges held a midterm election watch party Tuesday night in the Johnston Hall J-Pad room.

Why did you vote? Students share their stories

Emma Tomsich, News Reporter

November 7, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, Metro & Politics, News

Marquette students went to cast their votes today, some for the first time while others went to the AMU. Some had to go to off-campus locations to cast their ballot. Students shared personal testimonies on why voting is important to them.

Marquette Law School poll candidate trends

Clara Janzen, Executive News Editor

October 30, 2018

Filed under Election 2018, News

Following the statewide primary elections Aug. 14, the Marquette University Law School poll released three polls evaluating voter's feelings about the candidates. The primaries narrowed the playing field down to one candidate from either party for each race, which in-turn narrows polling results, Charles Franklin, director of the poll, said.