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A Blue and Red Congress

A Blue and Red Congress

Maia Berthier, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


Filed under International & Domestic, News, Top Stories

The 2018 midterm elections have reflected the importance of voting more than ever before. Rick Scott won Florida’s Senate seat by only 0.4% of the vote, and it was not the only close call this cycle. Democrats took back the majority in the House of Representatives, but the Republicans gained at le...

Voters determine Florida’s 46th gubernatorial representatives

Voters determine Florida’s 46th gubernatorial representatives

Isabella Villarroel, highlights contributor

September 21, 2018


Filed under highlights, News (highlights)

With Florida’s gubernatorial seat up for grabs, politicians throughout the state have competed for the past few weeks in hopes of winning their party’s vote in the primaries. The primary elections are when voters elect someone to represent their party in public office. The general elections take plac...

Miamians prepare for the upcoming Colombian presidential election

Miamians prepare for the upcoming Colombian presidential election

Alexander Sutton, highlights contributor

May 11, 2018


Filed under highlights, News (highlights)

For many Colombian citizens living in Miami, being able to vote for the leader of their own country while living in the U.S. is a poignant emotional experience.

Six Teens Running for Governor of Kansas

Six Teens Running for Governor of Kansas

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer

April 1, 2018


Filed under International & Domestic, News, Top Stories

The current political climate of the United States has left many people feeling disappointed, afraid and apathetic towards their government. These feelings become even more pronounced at the state level, which is often characterized as static and dominated by one party. In spite of this, Kansas, a deeply...

Student Elections: The Votes Are In

Student Elections: The Votes Are In

Adriana Meijaard, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018


Filed under Campus, News, Top Stories

This Tuesday, Feb. 20, Gables was in full swing as freshmen, sophomores and juniors voted for their student government representatives. As election day approached, candidate posters began to fill every hallway, and suspense built among the candidates. Throughout the day, students formed a line on...

25 Years Later: Democrats Recover Alabama Senate Seat

25 Years Later: Democrats Recover Alabama Senate Seat

Miguel Lemus, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017


Filed under International & Domestic, News, Top Stories

For the past quarter of a century, the Senate seats for Alabama have been strictly reserved for Republicans. However, this changed when Douglas Jones, a Democrat, beat Roy Moore, the Republican candidate, on Dec. 12. Moore, unable to accept his loss, tried to initiate a recount of votes since Jones...

Primary Elections: The Race for Commissioner

Primary Elections: The Race for Commissioner

Gabriella Torna, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


Filed under Community, News

The race is on for the Miami Beach Commission seat after two seats were left open when Joy Malakoff resigned due to a spinal injury and Michael Grieco was fired due to criminal charges. Michael Góngora and Adrian Gonzalez will be competing for the spot that is being vacated by former Commissioner Joy M...

See Your Candidates Clearly: Class of 2020

See Your Candidates Clearly: Class of 2020

Natalia Rodriguez, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016


Filed under Spotlights, Student

The school year is off to a great start for the freshman class with the freshman class officers election just around the corner. Six candidates set out on the campaign trail, hoping to earn the votes they need in order to be elected. In the election, Cameron Payne, August Field, Daniella Berrospi, Joa...

First Presidential Debate

First Presidential Debate

Natalia Torres, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016


Filed under International & Domestic, News

Heading into the first presidential debate of the 2016 elections, the American public expected large amounts of bickering and back and forth insults. Before the debate had taken place, people believed that the candidate's strategies would be the following: Donald Trump would simply try to appear sane...

Student Government Elections

Bryce Scanlon, Infographic Contributor

January 19, 2016


Filed under Galleries, Infographic

Candidacy Information for the 2016 CGHS General Election

Candidacy Information for the 2016 CGHS General Election

Howard Senior, Secretary of State

January 3, 2016


Filed under News

Potential candidates: Please fill out and submit the form below. In addition, please make sure to pick up a copy of the Campaign Regulations from Student Activities (room 9219)! An election meeting will be held during both lunches on Friday, January 8th. Attendance is mandatory, and signed copies o...

Venezuelan Elections

Venezuelan Elections

Kelsy Pacheco, Staff Writer

December 10, 2015


Filed under International & Domestic, News

On Sunday, Dec. 6, Venezuela held its parliamentary elections, and for the first time in 17 years, the opposition party ended up winning with a supermajority. "Change is finally coming, but the next couple of weeks will be the most nerve-wracking in history," senior Joshua Zambrano said. Once...

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