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Elections can be about more than just who wins

PULLMAN, WASH – As election results continue to roll in it appears that there will be a new president. However, that will not lead to massive amounts of change for people of color. 

Many want to see change happen, but it rarely comes. As queer rights are questioned and minorities are continued to be disenfranchised, people like Jac Archer have a hard time being optimistic after elections no matter who wins.

In order to truly see change for all Americans, all voices need to be heard rather than just assuming a given candidate will help all people. 



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