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Spotlight: PRHS’ Ideal President

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The 2024 presidential election is approaching- but what kind of president of the bearcat want?

The 2024 election is steadily approaching, with various candidates joining the race- some named familiar with former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden, along with other names less familiar to the average American, like democract Marianne Williamson and Republican Vivek Ramaswamy. And with Joe Biden’s approval rating at an average at 45% according to Gallup polling, there seems to be room for improvement. What makes a candidate appealing, however doesn’t always boil down simply policy. Age, personality and more are all significant factors for many Americans, including bearcats, with the below information displaying the preferences for PRHS’ future president.





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Kalani Gaviola, Editor-in-Chief
Kalani Gaviola, senior, is one of the Editor-in-Chiefs of Crimson Newsmagazine, as well as co-InDepth Director. This is her second year as Editor-in-Chief and InDepth Director, and her third year in Crimson. Outside of Crimson, she is a varsity Cross Country and Track athlete, ASB Staff and Student Director, and an enjoyer of creative writing, reading, and drawing.
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