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Siena College is a private Franciscan liberal arts college in Loudonville, New York. Siena was founded by the Order of Friars Minor in 1937. The college was named after Bernardino of Siena, a 15th-century Italian Franciscan friar and preacher. St. Bernardine of Siena Friary is located on campus. It has 3,000 full-time students and offers undergraduate degrees in business, liberal arts, and sciences.

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Biden Leads in Four Key States as Election Nears, Poll Reveals [Video]

Biden Leads in Four Key States as Election Nears, Poll Reveals

The new Times / Siena College poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading over President Donald Trump.

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Joe Biden and Cal Cunningham both led their Republican rivals by three points, a Times/Siena College survey found. Perhaps most notably, 64 percent of respondents said they had already voted.
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Biden holds a steady lead in Nevada, which Trump hopes to flip, Times/Siena poll shows.


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Trump Wants to Pick Off Nevada. But Biden Is Holding a Lead, Our Poll Shows.

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Trump holds a slim edge in Texas but faces big suburban losses, a New York Times/Siena College poll finds.

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Voters favor Biden over Trump on almost all major issues, a new poll shows.

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Voters Believe Winner of Election Should Fill Court Vacancy, Poll Shows

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G.O.P. senators are struggling in key states, a Times poll found.

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