Some students at Colby and Bates colleges who voted in last week's elections wer
Some students at Colby and Bates colleges who voted in last week's elections were challenged by individuals who objected to the fact that college students have a legal right to vote where they go to school. In Waterville, school board candidate Pamela Trinward objected to Colby students registering to vote after a Colby professor announced he would challenge her as a write-in candidate, while opponents of Lewiston's anti-discrimination ordinance challenged Bates students whose local addresses did not match those given in a college student directory. Details.
Bates College Lewiston, Colby College, Voting
"Some students at Colby and Bates colleges who voted in last week's elections wer" (1993). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 446.
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