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Peter DeFazio talks about the government’s efforts to support the elderly at the Center for Healthy Aging Research’s 10-year anniversary celebration. Photo courtesy OMN archives  

DeFazio remains incumbent in the Oregon House of Representatives

Angela Tam, News Contributor
November 3, 2020

Correction: Alek Skarlatos' name was originally misspelled. This correction has been made.In Oregon’s Fourth Congressional District election, Representative Peter DeFazio retained his seat in the...

Corvallis Police Department is located on Fifth Street in Corvallis. 

Corvallis preparations for political unrest on election night

Kevin Foster, News Contributor
November 3, 2020

With the presidential election today, the Corvallis business community faces little anxiety over growing political unrest, despite how cities around the country including Portland, are making precautions,...

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Students on the Internet: Why did you vote in the 2020 election?

Angela Tam, News Contributor
October 28, 2020

Editor's Note: This story is a part of the 2020 Elections Issue. The Baro has put together this issue to inform the Oregon State University and greater Corvallis, Ore. communities about the 2020 Elections....

Current OSU staff member Amy Hunter (left) and her daughter Maggie Newell (right), on Oct. 17 at the Corvallis Court House. Amy Hunter organized this peaceful protest titled ‘Belligerent Optimists-Women Rise Up for Justice’ to promote voting, Black Lives Matter, and equal rights.

Women need to “rise up and make sure their voices are counted” at local Women’s March

Adriana Gutierrez, City Editor
October 22, 2020

Groups of local Corvallis residents rallied outside of the Corvallis Municipal Courthouse on Saturday, joining thousands of women across the country as they protested the recent supreme court nomination...

An Official Benton County Ballot Drop Box on the corner of Ralph Miller and 26th in between Gill Coliseum and Reser Stadium. Ballots need to be filled out and turned into one of these drop boxes before 8 p.m. on Nov. 3. More Ballot Drop Box locations can be found on Benton County’s website.

County clerks urge Oregon voters to fill ballots carefully

Sukhjot Sal, News Contributor
October 22, 2020

Editor's Note: This story is a part of the 2020 Elections Issue. The Baro has put together this issue to inform the Oregon State University and greater Corvallis, Ore. communities about the 2020 Elections....

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OSU student-led political groups encourage engagement in 2020 election

Zoe Sandvigen, News Contributor
July 27, 2020

This article is a part of the START issue, a guide for all incoming Oregon State University students and their families going through START, which aims to help familiarize them with the campus, college...

Voting will take place online from Thursday, March 9 to Friday, March 10.

ASOSU presidential campaigns talk strategy

Rosie Morehead, Multimedia Contributor
March 2, 2017

Campaign week is here, and the tickets for the ASOSU Presidency are making their rounds throughout campus.With the campaign season lasting only 10 days, the three president and vice president pairs (Radhika...

Female Voters

Examining the influence of gender in politics

Keenan Puncocher
January 17, 2017

Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for the presidency became historic when she formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination last July, making her the first woman in U.S. history to lead a major...

A peace rally took place outside the Memorial Union last night. Over 400 students attended, carrying signs and candles. 

Over 400 students attended peace rally on OSU campus

Valerie Maule Multimedia Contributor
November 10, 2016

Candle lights flicker in the dark, sounds of cheering and chanting echoed through the streets, hundreds of people surround you with a somber yet hopeful atmosphere that fills the crisp-cold-fall air.The...

International opinons on election

Fostering international opinions

Valerie Maule News Contributor
November 2, 2016

Several international students at Oregon State University have kept up with the American presidential election, and have formed their opinions on the candidates.  With the presidential election around...

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