Friday, August 14, 2020

Chase Fenske

Chase Fenske is a rising High School sophomore from Tampa, FL. Chase takes pride in his academic accomplishments, and his interests. Most notable is his interest in American Politics, which he has always had a great mind for. He has volunteered for campaigns in the past. Chase is focused on informing others about the world using his knowledge of key stories.
9 Published Articles

Biden names Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate for 2020 race

Tuesday, presumptive Democratic nominee for President Joe Biden named his former opponent in the Primaries, Senator Kamala Harris (Calif.), his running mate,...

COVID-19 cases rise by 90% in children ahead of school openings

New data recently released by states across the nation suggest that children are falling ill to COVID-19 at much higher rates than...

USPS in crisis ahead of largely absentee election

The United States Postal Service, which has been a staple of American life since its original inception during the American Revolution, is...

Capitol Hill fractured on COVID-19 relief as deadlines approach

Monday, negotiators from the White House and the House of Representatives continued weeks of meetings to come to an agreement on COVID...

How Biden’s VP pick can define the 2020 Presidential Race

With presumptive Democratic nominee for President Joe Biden prepared to announce his running mate as soon as this weekend, it should be...

Senate GOP split on details of COVID-19 stimulus

As federal benefits to those out of work and in pain due to COVID-19 are set to soon expire, Senate Republicans are...

Trump drops 2020 re-election campaign head as polls worsen

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump announced that his campaign manager, Brad Paracale, would be leaving his post as campaign manager for Trump’s...

Supreme Court leaves Trump’s tax returns with uncertain future

Last Thursday, the Supreme Court handed down two major decisions on President Donald Trump's tax returns that will likely keep them hidden...

Trump administration sending mixed signals on school funding

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday that President Trump planned to push for increased education funding in the upcoming COVID-19...