Elections


Fernández-Rundle
Former Republican Politician May Have Helped Swing the Outcome of an Election to Favor his Party

A former Republican politician may have helped swing the outcome of an election to favor his party. Now Democrats are demanding answers. It could be an uphill battle.

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How the For the People Act Could Revolutionize US Politics

Senate Democrats are working to ensure the passage of H.R. 1/S.1, a sweeping set of reforms to protect voters' rights, increase election security, eliminate gerrymandering, and more.

María-Rivera
¡Wepa! María Rivera Becomes Rhode Island’s First Latina Mayor

The daughter of hardworking Puerto Rican parents proudly carries “la mancha de plátano” in her DNA.

President Joe Biden speaks during the the 59th inaugural ceremony on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2021 in Washington, DC.  During today's inauguration ceremony Joe Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States. (Photo by Patrick Semansky-Pool/Getty Images)
Biden Urges Unity to Defeat COVID, Racism, Climate Change, and White Supremacy

Biden’s speech represented a sharp contrast from the one delivered four years ago by the now former President Donald Trump, who spoke of “American carnage”—a grim yet accurate foreshadowing for an administration

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Edgardo Cruz Certified With Majority of Votes for Guánica Mayoral Chair

If he prevails, he would make history in Puerto Rico as the first mayor to be elected by direct nomination and the second mayor to be openly gay.

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House Republican Liz Cheney Votes to Impeach Trump

The No. 3 Republican in the House wants the president to face the consequences of his actions, even as Trump denies any responsibility for the Jan. 6 attacks on the Capitol.

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After Georgia: Show Up For Latinos Year-Round, Not Only When It’s Convenient

If you want to reach Latinos, you have to speak to each group individually and directly—and not just during the elections.