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CBS 2 NY featured Pace student Damonae Hargrove in "Election 2020: Voters In Westchester And Rockland Counties Thrilled To See Shorter Lines"

11/04/2020

CBS 2 NY featured Pace student Damonae Hargrove in "Election 2020: Voters In Westchester And Rockland Counties Thrilled To See Shorter Lines"

Pace University student Damonae Hargrove was the picture of Election Day persistence.

Hobbled by a ruptured Achilles’ tendon, she was determined to cast her ballot Tuesday, have her vote be counted and her voice be heard.

“By casting your vote, you can help make change,” Hargrove said, adding when asked about her tenacity, “Yeah, I want to get things done and I can be a part of that change, so that’s why I voted.”

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News12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "Voters express the explosive divide inside the country"

11/04/2020

News12 featured Political Science Professor Kiku Huckle in "Voters express the explosive divide inside the country"

The tight race for president only magnifies how explosively divided the country is while in the middle of a pandemic. News 12's Samantha Crawford was on Facebook Live during election night at our Digital Desk talking to voters. Pace University Professor Kiku Huckle predicted what will happen in either outcome of the election. “Unfortunately regardless of who wins, there is a large amount of civil unrest on both sides. That is a possibility. What is certain though is that there is going to remain this great deal of polarization,” says Huckle.

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You can view News12’s two hour Town Hall featuring Professor Huckle here.

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"News12" featured Pace in "Group Pushes to Register More Students To Vote"

10/12/2018

"News12" featured Pace in "Group Pushes to Register More Students To Vote"

A group aims to get more students registered to vote at the Pace University campus in Pleasantville.

The deadline to register for the midterm elections in New York is Friday.

The initial goal of the group Center for Community Action and Research was to register 100 people.  As of Thursday night, it had registered 184 voters.  

The goal now is to register 200 students by Friday.

"We ask our students frequently, ‘Would you let your grandparents pick your clothes out for you?’” says Tyler Kalahar, of the Center for Community Action and Research at Pace University. "Why are you letting your grandparents pick out your elected officials?"

Registration can be done in person, online or through the mail.

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