Marilyn Icsman is the Managing Editor at The New Political. She's a journalism major in the Honors Tutorial College, with a minor in Sociology and Wealth and Poverty. Want to talk to Marilyn? Send her a note [email protected] or on twitter @marilynicsman.
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OPINION: Post-election results and reflections.
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Athens skateboarders are railing on the university for dismantling their skate park, citing safety concerns for skaters and pedestrians.
OPINION: Democrats Discuss ー We can afford the solutions we need
Letter to the Editor: Rebuttal to accusation of anti-Semitism
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Democratic Athens Mayor Steve Patterson will retain his seat after garnering three-fourths of the vote in the race against Independent, self-proclaimed democratic socialist, candidate Damon Krane. https://thenewpolitical.com/2019/11/05/patterson-remains-athens-mayor-in-landslide-victory-against-damon-krane/
Democrats Beth Clodfelter, Sarah Grace and Peter Kotses won the three available At-Large City Council positions up for grabs in a sweeping election for the Democratic Party in Athens city.