Voting


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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.

President-elect Joe Biden will claim his Electoral College victory today as state electors meet around the country.
President-Elect Biden Wins Electoral College

After weeks of false claims and baseless lawsuits from Trump, state electors meet to make Biden's win official.

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Puerto Rico’s Election Debacle Explained

An unprecedented amount of early votes and a new electoral law have affected the counting process. Three weeks later, there are still no certified winners.

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Brawl Breaks Out During Puerto Rico’s General Vote Audit

A judge ordered the local State Elections Commission to provide a list of early-voting requests to officials. The situation took a sudden turn for the worse.

Beyond-Voting
There Are More Ways to Generate Change Beyond Voting

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?

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Puerto Rican Olga González Becomes Kissimmee’s First Latina Mayor

The city commissioner did not have political aspirations, but her experience working with nonprofit organizations led her to public service.