Politics (Page 5)

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.

Special Report: America Votes

The pandemic can’t stop Generation Z from voting

So many Americans just want to life to return to  normal. 


Diverse Latino voters are making their presidential choice this election

The size and diversity of the Latino community makes it hard for any candidate to ignore them.

Special Report: America Votes

Trump Tower mail in voter for Biden

“I think Joe Biden will win. God, knock on wood though,”

Special Report: America Votes

For some, early voting means long lines and lots of rain

The unusually long wait time coupled with the rain and rowdy crowd made him wish he had voted by mail.


Muslim and Arab Americans are ready for Election Day

With the elections looming, Muslim and Arab American voters across the United States are just as caught up in the stress and drama of the 2020 Presidential Election.

Special Report: America Votes

Harlem sees rain showers, fast lines ahead of Election Day

The process proved easy and quick, with the longest wait time clocking in at around 20 minutes.


The Need for Notary?

It is increasingly important to highlight how inconsistent this policy is across the United States, and how it affects how accessible and accurate voting can be