Amid the pandemic and delays within the United States Postal Service, more Latinos are planning to cast their vote early.
If you are registered to vote as a Democrat in Florida, get ready and start your engines, because the race for March 17 Democratic presidential primary starts today.
Three states have already opened their polls to residents who want to cast their ballots before the primary election.
Officials said uniformed officer Daniel Ubeda’s gesture was intimidating to voters and demanded his immediate suspension.
Nearly 160 million people voted in this election—the highest turnout in over a century. What else can be done to contribute toward positive change?
Preliminary data shows that Latinos overwhelmingly voted Democrat, while Latinas turned out in bigger numbers than Latino men.
This early mail-voting advantage should not lull Florida Democrats into complacency, warns a data analyst.
“Everyone is just fed up with just feeling so helpless and the one thing we can do is cast a vote. It feels good to physically do something when you feel like there’s not much you can do.”
“What you will do, here in Florida, by early voting, is you will be the first to put our country back on the right track,” Harris said.
Despite President Donald Trump’s dire warnings about massive vote-by-mail fraud during the presidential election, a study conducted by Integrity Florida, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research institute, concluded that vote-by-mail is a valid option, especially during the pandemic. And especially in Florida.