Stories tagged: "election"

At the ballot processing center at the LA County Registrar temporary building at the Fairplex in Pomona on Friday, October 23, 2020. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images)
You Shouldn’t Panic if We Don’t Have A Winner on Election Night. It’s Normal and Totally Okay.

There is nothing bad or illegal about votes being counted after election night. Here's all you need to know as we wait for election results.

Trump and Biden Face Off in Final Debate—and Mics Will Be Muted

The president and former vice president will debate on COVID-19, race relations and climate change, among other hot-button issues.

The Black Lives Matter protests are among the main motivations for young Latino voters to go to the polls in 2020.
Young Latino Voters Are Driven by Social Issues and Are More Independent Than Parents, Poll Shows

85% of Latino voters age 18 to 34 are driven to vote by race and ethnic inequality issues, a study conducted by Telemundo and BuzzFeed News shows.

Undocumented Youth Are Mobilizing Voters to Get Trump Out of Office

While DACA beneficiaries cannot vote that is not stopping them from educating others to vote against the president.

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Inside Mijente’s Plan to Register Latinos to Vote — And Boot Trump From the White House

A Latino grassroots organization is going full-force with their fight to vote out President Donald Trump in the upcoming election.

The Biden Campaign Just Dropped Spanish Ads in Puerto Rican, Mexican, Cuban Accents

Joe Biden's presidential campaign is spending $15 million in ads to reach Latinos where they are — language and accent preferences included.

The 'Gander contributing writer Martha Spall shares her first journey into the political arena.
A Millennial’s Opinion on What it’s Going to Take to Get Young People to Vote

For many first-time voters, approaching politics can be intimidating.