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Special Report: America Votes

West Village streets quiet as voters brace for outcome

“These feel like the last hours of normalcy as prolonged uncertainty approaches.”

Special Report: America Votes

Virginia Prepares for a Turbulent Election

As the 2020 election begins, growing fears of potential violence on and after Election Day have Virginians entering this week […]

Special Report: America Votes

Latino voter chooses Trump

The American people will speak

Special Report: America Votes

Poll worker keeps it moving

Their small team is a diverse one.

Special Report: America Votes

NYU sophomore casts ballot for Biden at dorm polling station

Time is key for the busy dance major, who must balance a full-course load on top of rigorous workouts and her job as an in-store shopper at a Whole Foods Market in Brooklyn.

Special Report: America Votes

Elderly black voter does not take the right for granted

As 77-year-old Carolyn Mason sat in her kitchen filling out a mail-in ballot in October, she did not take for […]

Special Report: America Votes

A reluctant voter makes a choice

With Trump as President, he believes American democracy would be further destroyed and the country would be more divided.  

Special Report: America Votes

Smoke clears over Bay Area as voters take to the polls

Voting in person for the first time actually feels a lot better than voting by mail.

Special Report: America Votes

Fears of violence in the aftermath of Election Day have citizens uneasy

Like many other American citizens, Weaver fears post-election violence from militia groups and other radicalized entities

Special Report: America Votes

First time voters in Long Island worry about election outcome 

Her nerves were somewhat calmed after a smooth voting experience: there was little traffic on her way to the polls and there was no line once she arrived.