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Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Due to the pandemic, ballots were sent out months in advance.

California Says “No” to the Recall of Governor Gavin Newsom

Lorenzo Arce, Digital Editor-in-Chief September 14, 2021

Gov. Gavin Newsom remains in office after the special recall failed tonight. With 65% of the vote in his favor, Newsom succeeded in stopping one of 46 candidates from taking office. Newsom was able to rally his base around the his “Stop the Republican Recall” campaign that drew support from celebrities,...

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Final Presidential Debate: Trump V Biden II

Lorenzo Arce, Digital Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2020

Thursday night, Belmont University in Tennessee hosted the final presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former-Vice President Joe Biden. Unlike the previous debate, Kristen Welker mediated the event for the evening. To prevent interruptions, the microphones were muted for the first two...

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The Associated Students of Rio Hondo College Candidate Forum took place Monday in the Student Union. Student Trustee candidate, Diana Laureano, shares her campaign pledge with the room. Her fellow candidates listen intently behind her.

ASRHC Student Government Elections Currently Taking Place

Michael Khuraibet, Digital Editor-in-Chief May 2, 2018

Elections for The Associated Students of Rio Hondo College are happening now. The ASRHC student government is the students' voice among the Rio Hondo administration. Seventeen candidates are running for eight offices, including president. El Paisano News and its staff do not endorse any candidate...

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Though President Elect Trump has incited controversy throughout his campaign, he still acquired the necessary 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency.

It’s Over: The End or New Beginning?

Zachary Mejia , Political Correspondent November 9, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump has clinched the 2016 presidential election after a tight battle to the last minute with his opponent, Hillary Clinton. His victory marks the closest election since Bush v Gore, and like the 2000 elections, third party candidates played a key role in the outcome. While...

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Th SC Podcast- Pick Your Poison: Trump or Hillary?

November 8, 2016

SC Podcast members share opinions on both presidential candidates. Cast: Ryan Rivera Albert Lopez Sarah Medina Jesus Colin

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Clinton vs.Trump: The Qualifier

Zachary Mejia, Political Correspondent October 18, 2016

The October 8 debate occurred after a controversial week for both presidential candidates. Donald Trump was under heavy criticism for coarse sexual remarks made about women in a leaked video from 2005. Hillary Clinton was under scrutiny after Wikileaks released transcripts of paid speeches she made to...

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Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off for their first debate where they discuss Americas future economic policies.

The Coin Toss Election: First Presidential Debate

Zachary Mejia, Managing Editor September 26, 2016

The Rio Hondo Forensics department, in conjunction with Student Life and Leadership and the Associated Students of Rio Hondo College, held a viewing in SU-201 for the Monday night presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. This was the first of three debates between the two candidates....

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Sanders remains optimistic at Southern California rally, inspiring supporters

Pete Escobar, A&E Editor May 20, 2016

Thousands lined up at the StubHub center in Carson on Tuesday night for a rally in support of the democratic presidential candidate Bernard “Bernie” Sanders. Sanders spoke out about a variety of issues facing the nation in hopes of garnering voter support and catching up with his democratic rival,...

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CSU and UC budget cuts

Shayah Leisenring, Staff Writer October 11, 2012

CSU money has been cut by almost $1 billion or 33 percent over the past four years, with student tuition increases covering only about half of the lost revenue. To fill the budget hole, CSU has implemented numerous cost cutting measures, as well as increased efficiencies. According to the public affairs...

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