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Keep calm and carry on – but how? A psychologist offers...

By Bethany Teachman, Professor of Psychology, University of Virginia Well-meaning advice for people freaking out about current events often includes encouragement to be patient, stay...

Who invented the Electoral College?

By Phillip J VanFossen, J.F. Ackerman Professor of Social Studies Education; Director, Ackerman Center; Associate Director, Purdue Center for Economic Education, Purdue University The delegates...

BREAKING NEWS: Murphy returning to Congress; Brodeur to Legislature

Results for Seminole County From Staff Reports Stephanie Murphy, incumbent for US Representative in Congress for District 7, will be returning to Washington for her third...

How to be a good digital citizen during the election –...

By Kolina Koltai, Postdoctoral Researcher of Information Studies, University of Washington In the runup to the U.S. presidential election there has been an unprecedented amount...

You have rights when you go to vote – and many...

By Daniel R. Birdsong, Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Dayton Despite all the challenges to this year’s election – long lines, calls for...

Know before you vote: Seminole County candidate profiles, in case you...

Focus on Elections From Staff Reports Prior to the August primaries, The Seminole Source reached out to interview candidates running in the 2020 election, receiving responses...

Profiles: Seminole Co. candidates for Soil and Water Conservation Group 2...

From staff reports The Seminole Source ran an election series in August highlighting several key 2020 candidates prior to the Primary, including candidates running for...

Last-minute battles over 3 Florida ballot measures draw controversy, cash

Focus on the Legislature By John Haughey | The Center Square With a week to go before Election Day, battles over three of the six proposed constitutional...

Profiles: Seminole Co. candidates for Soil and Water Conservation Group 2...

From staff reports The Seminole Source ran an election series in August highlighting several key 2020 candidates prior to the Primary, including candidates running for...

How to track your mail-in ballot

By Steven Mulroy, Law Professor in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Election Law, University of Memphis Many voters who want to participate in the election by...