Stories tagged: "elections 2020"


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Puerto Rico’s Resident Commissioner Tells Congress It’s Time to Admit Island as a State

During the general election Puerto Ricans casted a non-binding vote on whether they want the island to become a full-fledged state.

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Puerto Rico Just Found Boxes Filled With Thousands of Uncounted Ballots

A week after the election, 181 boxes were found in a vault. The elections commission president blamed the situation on what he said was an underfunded and understaffed administrative board.

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Joe Biden Wins the 2020 Election—With the Help of Latinos in Battleground States

After a nail-biting election, figures show that Latino voters in key states helped him secure the White House.

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Puerto Ricans Still Waiting for Results in Tight Governor’s Race

The government usually confirms preliminary numbers on election night, but a record number of early and absentee votes changed the process.

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Meet the Boricua From Wisconsin Working to Activate Florida Voters

With the 2020 political season in full swing, Joseph Martínez has a foot in two battleground states decided by razor-thin electoral margins.

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Georgette, Christina, and Michelle: These Latinas Will Make History if They Win in 2020

Their representation in politics has always been scarce, but in the 2020 election there are more Latinas in the candidate pools than ever before.

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Crispy Alcapurrias: The Perfect Recipe to Deal With Election Day Stress

To beat election stress, Puerto Rican home cook Jessica van Dop DeJesus shares her recipe for crispy, delicious alcapurrias.