As President Barack Obama takes one more term in Washington, D.C., more than a dozen Yale alums are also headed for political office. The night saw a victory for many Yale graduates in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown ’74 (D) was re-elected to the Senate and Rhode Island Congressman »
Yale Daily News reporters and photographers snapped photos documenting Election Day 2012 on campus and in Chicago, Ill.; Boston, Mass.; Hartford, Conn. and Stamford, Conn.
Last night, voters across 38 states expressed their opinions on more than 176 pieces of legislation. From the legalization of recreational marijuana use in Massachusetts, Colorado and Washington to the legalization of same-sex marriage in Maine and Maryland, Election Day saw sweeping changes in the laws of several states. Colorado and Washington became the first »
After a long campaign, President Barack Obama was reelected to a second term on Tuesday. Major news networks — including NBC, Fox News and CNN — called the election shortly after 11:15 p.m. after Obama was projected to win Iowa and Ohio, putting him over the required 270 electoral votes to return to the White »
Democratic Congressman Chris Murphy defeated Republican rival McMahon in Connecticut’s Senate race to become the state’s new Senator-elect. The Associated Press reported Murphy’s victory at 8:30 Tuesday night, settling one of the most closely-watched Senate races in the country, as it may determine majority control in the Senate. The battle between Murphy and McMahon proved »