Stories tagged: "2020 election"


Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
Kamala Harris Makes History: She Is Now the First Black, Indian American, and Woman VP

To see the daughter of an Indian woman and a Black man, at a time when police brutality and anti-immigration rhetoric are prevalent, has offered many Americans a sense of hope.

(COURIER illustration / Denzel Boyd)
Answered: How to Make Sure Your Mail-In Ballot Is Counted

In elections, 1% of rejected mail-in ballots can equal up to thousands of votes. Minimizing mistakes on your mail-in ballot could make a significant impact on the presidential race.

Joe Biden Human Rights Campaign
Why The Latino LGBTQ Community Needs You to Vote Out Trump

Trump's administration has unleashed a barrage of anti-LGBTQ policies and legal positions. The results can be lethal.

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Is Puerto Rico’s Electoral System Ready for the General Election?

Puerto Rico’s botched gubernatorial primary elections on Sunday were suspended after voting centers lacked paper ballots, forcing election officials to postpone the process until next week.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a first-of-its-kind plan for caregivers in the United States (graphic by Tania Lili).
Joe Biden’s Plan for Caregivers Is ‘First of Its Kind’ From a Presidential Candidate

Biden’s caregiver proposal is the most wide-ranging care policy ever proposed by a major party’s presidential nominee, according to experts.

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Biden Will Unveil a $700 Billion Economic Plan Today. Here’s How to Watch.

“The vice president believes it’s not the time to just build it back the way things were before ... it’s time to imagine and build a new American economy for the next generation.”

Latinos voting
Will New Latino Voters Swing The Election?

A significant number of potential new voters are from battleground states such as Florida, Arizona, Texas, Colorado, and New Mexico.