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Fear of Voter Suppression Energizes Georgia Democrats
Midterm Elections 2018 / News / Politics

Fear of Voter Suppression Energizes Georgia Democrats

Martha Johnson, 73, makes calls reminding locals to vote in the upcoming midterm election at the Democratic Field Office in Brunswick, Georgia. Photo by Emma Bolton. The Democratic Field Office in Glynn County, Georgia was jammed with folding tables and mismatched chairs. The walls and windows were covered with the campaign signs of the eight local Democratic candidates and ones […]

Muslim voters embrace the midterm elections
Midterm Elections 2018 / News

Muslim voters embrace the midterm elections

Muslim men attending the prayer service at the Islamic Center of New York all stand in union hoping that the message of the speaker leads them in their daily lives. Photo by Levar Alonzo.   More Muslim candidates than ever before are running for public office. Last time there was this many was after 9/11. “We are all one people, white, […]

NY Primary: The senior democratic vote
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NY Primary: The senior democratic vote

Senior voters weigh in Hillary vs Bernie primary.

Brooklynites on Hilary Clinton for President
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Brooklynites on Hilary Clinton for President

According to a March 29th Pew Research Center Poll 59 percent of democrats say there is a “good chance” they will vote for Clinton.

Despite challenges, campaign strategists flock to big data
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Despite challenges, campaign strategists flock to big data

But harnessing big data’s power for local elections and other grassroots campaigns has proven difficult.

NYC Primary: Staten Island voters still dealing with Sandy
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NYC Primary: Staten Island voters still dealing with Sandy

The mayoral caandidates have had little to do with the community, residents say.

Local politicians court city’s Arab-American vote
Election 2012 / News

Local politicians court city’s Arab-American vote

The Arab American Institute estimates the Arab-American population has grown to 3.6 million nationwide, with 450,000 in New York State. Only California has more.

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GOP Primary: Slow day at the polls in Staten Island

Less than half of the registered voters made it to the polls in Staten Island.

GOP Primary: Many Williamsport voters indifferent towards controversial new law
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GOP Primary: Many Williamsport voters indifferent towards controversial new law

Pennsylvania is one of only five states in the country to enact strict legislation on IDs.