Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Libertarianism is here to stay

By Gavin Beeker

March 13, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

In a Republican primary race largely consisting of slick suits and sweater-vested cultural reactionaries, Ron Paul is by far the most interesting candidate to have emerged from the fray. He campaigns without any expectation...

Santorum stands strong in Ohio – now what?

By Nikhil Rao

March 7, 2012

Filed under Columns

This time last week, I told myself that Rick Santorum would surely be unable to weather the acid test of Super Tuesday. I told anyone willing to listen to my armchair political ratiocination that Romney’s Super PAC, Restore...

Voting results from Super Tuesday

By Collegian News Staff

March 7, 2012

Filed under News, Politics

    Georgia | Idaho | Massachusetts | North Dakota | Oklahoma | Tennessee | Vermont | Virginia   Newt Gingrich wins Georgia Former Georgia Congressman and Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich earned the favor of his...

Western Mass. Primary turnout low; poll finds Obama leads in Bay State

By Nancy Pierce

March 7, 2012

Filed under Campus News, Local News, News

The Republican presidential primaries may draw people to the polls in many cities throughout the country, but in Amherst, voting turnout on Super Tuesday was slim. By 2 p.m. yesterday, only about 100 voters in precincts...

Elephant-sized vote set for Super Tuesday

By Brian Canova

March 6, 2012

Filed under News, Politics

Voters in 10 states, including Massachusetts, will today cast nomination ballots crucial to the campaigns of the four remaining Republican contenders vying for the party nod in November’s presidential bid. In an electi...