Stories tagged: "voting"

Ballots Cast by Black and Latino Voters Are More Likely to Be Flagged for Rejection

The reason for this is missing or mismatched signatures, among other problems, with Dems 0.07% more likely than Republicans to have issues raised with their ballots.

LIVE BLOG: The Latest 2020 Election News From Latino Lawmakers and Advocates

To much anger and frustration from Latino congress members, Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in last night as the newest justice on the US Supreme Court.

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Bad Bunny, Demi Lovato and Lizzo Made Big Political Statements at 2020 Billboard Awards

Demi Lovato sang "Commander in Chief" with the words "VOTE" in the backdrop at the 2020 Billboard Awards.

Desmond Meade, of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition. Photo by Scott McIntyre for The Washington Post/Getty Images.
The Fate of Florida — And America — Could Come Down To An Unjust Poll Tax

"I didn't appreciate the vote until I lost my rights as a felon. If they want to stop a bunch of Blacks and Latinos from voting, it must be important."

Not Anyone Can Poll Watch on Election Day. Here’s What You Need to Know.

There are rules around poll watching on Election Day in the United States. It's not a free-for-all.

20 Years After Leaving Venezuela, She Will Finally Vote for the First Time

Becoming a US citizen "was one of the best days of my life," said the new voter who left Venezuela as a child.

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The Dangers of Voting for a Third Party, According to Voting Advocates

Writing-in a third-party candidate can have serious consequences. Voting advocates say this type of voting harms democracy.