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The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

Voting in Georgia! September 18, 2020. It is crucial to be informed about how to register and vote in your state. (Grace Han/Thrillist)

Voting 101

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief April 26, 2022

One of the many rights United States citizens have is the right to vote! While it may seem self-explanatory, many are ignorant when it comes to the process of actually registering and later voting....

For the recent election, citizens are forced to mail in their vote or vote online.

Photo by, Tiffany Tertipes, taken on July 18, 2020, Some rights reserved,

Voter Fraud: Our Elections in Jeopardy

NATHAN KIM, Opinion Editor October 13, 2020

With the upcoming elections just a few weeks away, both candidates’ political machines are up-at-arms furiously taking jabs at each state’s voting solutions. Absentee voting seems to be the chosen...

Cartoon on the controversy including minors and voting.

Should Minors Vote?

Jimena Ruano, Editor- in- Chief September 3, 2020

With elections coming up in the next few months, everyone who is politically aware is starting to think about who they are going to vote for in November.  Generation Z has become a very aware and open...

Georgia Introduces New Voting System

Avery Haney, News Staff January 15, 2020

Georgia recently spent a total of $106 million on new voting equipment just in time for the presidential primaries happening this upcoming March as well as the final presidential elections in November....

With Ted Cruz and Donald Trump being the biggest rivals in this election season, Cruzs departure leaves the Republican party wondering where this leaves them

Republican Party civil war

Jessica Wilder, Senior Editor May 10, 2016

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Voting is a right granted to eighteen years olds by the 26th Amendment. While teenagers statistically have the lowest rates of voting, many still decide to exercise their right and become involved in national politics.

The Rule of Five: 5 things to know before the presidential primaries

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2016

The first of the primary elections for president are fast approaching, and while the primary in Georgia is a little later in the calendar, there are several upcoming events that should be noted by students...

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