Stories tagged: "voting"


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A Place at the Table: Latinas in Arizona Strive for Representation in Politics

Latinos are a growing force in the nation’s political landscape, even as they lag in election to public office in Arizona. Esme Franco Ruiz is passionate about her work in politics—even though she despises politics. “I don’t like politics because it tends to be very, very shady,” she said. “I don’t appreciate how it’s a...

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How the For the People Act Could Revolutionize US Politics

Senate Democrats are working to ensure the passage of H.R. 1/S.1, a sweeping set of reforms to protect voters' rights, increase election security, eliminate gerrymandering, and more.

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Latino Organizations’ Wish for the Reyes Magos? Get Latinos to Vote in Georgia!

Expert says Latino, Black, and Asian communities will be decisive in Tuesday’s runoff elections.

President-elect Joe Biden will claim his Electoral College victory today as state electors meet around the country.
President-Elect Biden Wins Electoral College

After weeks of false claims and baseless lawsuits from Trump, state electors meet to make Biden's win official.

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Live in Georgia? Double Check Your Voter Registration Now. Here’s How.

In 2019, the state of Georgia wrongfully purged hundreds of thousands of voters, and it could be happening again.

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When Talking About the “Latino Vote” Make Sure to Mention These Five Latino Organizations

The massive turnout is the result of grassroots organizations that have been mobilizing Latinos for decades, not just during this election.

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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.