Stories tagged: "latino voters"


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Rep. Fentrice Driskell: A Voice for the People in Tallahassee

The Democratic incumbent who earned an “A” in the 2021 People First Report Card for consistently voting in favor of her constituents, is up for reelection.

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Latino Voter Registration Surges in Georgia. Here Are Election Dates You Should Know About.

Newly registered voters may think there’s nothing left to do until the next big election, but that's far from true.

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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‘Long Time Coming’: Latino Voters Celebrate Flipping Arizona Blue

“This feels like looking at all of the hard work we’ve been able to do over the past 15 years, looking at real change, looking at real power."

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‘Election Defenders’ in Georgia Are Fighting to Keep Latino Voters Safe at the Polls

Volunteers are stationed in polling places nationwide in order to ensure safety and bring joy to voters on Election Day.

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Latinos Are Really Excited to Vote, New Poll Shows. Their Top Issue Is COVID-19.

The report offers a clear insight into the Latino electorate’s views on the 2020 presidential election, with the pandemic and lowering the cost of health care among respondents’ chief concerns.