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With the 2016 Presidential election at hand, politics are a hotbed of topic within society. It is difficult for a nonpartisan movement such as us to entrench within the debates, as each party is beholden to a certain set of preconceived convictions. On February 1, 2016, we traveled to Iowa to partake in the Caucus happenings. We were pleased by the outcome for both parties, and equally pleased that it was such a close race. We are very interested to see the next phase unfold as Super Tuesday approaches on March 1, 2016, and as the Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention occur this July.

We urge every American to get out and vote on November 8, 2016 for Election Day, and cast your votes for the candidate that upholds the majority of your values and convictions as a citizen of this free and great nation.