Topic: Brown Democrats

Non-partisan student group No Labels hosted a debate between the Brown Democrats and Brown Republicans Wednesday night.

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Brown Democrats, Republicans debate election topics

November 1, 2019 0 comments

The Brown Democrats and Brown Republicans engaged in a respectful but heated exchange of ideas at the No Labels 2020 Election Debate, covering topics such as health care, gun control, immigration and free speech.

Students show their support for various presidential candidates on campus with chalk statements. Groups have formed around Buttigieg, Sanders, Warren and Yang for the upcoming 2020 Democratic primary election.

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Students begin rallying behind presidential candidates

October 2, 2019 0 comments

As the 2020 elections loom large on campus, students have begun to form groups around presidential candidates to increase student support.

R.I. Speaker of House receives student criticism

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R.I. Speaker of House receives student criticism

November 29, 2018 0 comments

Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello’s close win in the November election this month could reflect a larger divide within the Democratic party between progressive and moderate party members.

Members of the Brown Democrats and Brown Republicans were able to find areas of common ground at a panel hosted by the group No Labels.

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U. Dems, Republicans reach across aisle

November 29, 2018 0 comments

Leaders from Brown Democrats and Brown Republicans reached across the aisle to discuss key U.S. policy issues during a panel hosted by the student group No Labels at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs last night.

Regunberg ’12 to run for R.I. lieutenant governorship

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Regunberg ’12 to run for R.I. lieutenant governorship

January 26, 2018 1 comment

Aaron Regunberg ’12 announced his candidacy for lieutenant governor Oct. 24. Challenging incumbent Daniel McKee, Regunberg sees the office as an opportunity to tackle President Trump’s agenda and represent Rhode Islanders rather than corporations, he said.

Hillary Clinton speaks to her supporters. As president, she would raise minimum wage to $12 and work on sexual assault prevention programs. Clinton agrees with Sanders that community college should be free, and she wants public universities to be debt free. Brown Students for Hillary discussed these policies and her background at the political forum.

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Brown Democrats convene in political forum to discuss candidates

February 17, 2016 1 comment

The Brown Democrats hosted its “Candidate Political Forum” in Wilson Hall to present the Democratic Party’s presidential candidates.