The Bull-Moose Party’s march to victory
For 18 months, students at Penn State have been organizing in support of candidates in the 2016 presidential election. For the Bull-Moose Party, who supported Donald Trump, this election was a referendum on the future of America.
Over the course of the fall semester, the Bull-Moose Party spent long hours meeting, planning and organizing on campus with virtually no support from the Republican Party, including the Penn State College Republicans. “We are judged not by what we will become, but by what we do,” said Dimitri Loutsik, former chairman of the Penn State Bull-Moose Party.