Voting


Charlie-Crist
Charlie Crist Vows to Fight DeSantis’ Restrictive Election Measures if Elected Governor

One of the most vocal opponents of DeSantis’ voting law, early in May Charlie Crist became the first Democrat to officially announce his run against the Republican incumbent next year.

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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?