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Special Report: America Votes

Boarded up, buttons for sale and a Republican viewing party on Election Day in NYC

November 3, 2020 was like no other election day before. The streets in New York were oddly quiet and there […]

Special Report: America Votes

Pennsylvania race narrows

In response to Trump's recent tweet and urgency on Wednesday to “Stop the Vote” demonstrators gathered in Philadelphia and marched into the night chanting “Count Every Vote”.

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Arab Americans of Dearborn vote Biden

 To many of them, the last four years of the Trump presidency, was characterized by marginalization of minorities, suppression of freedom of speech, and supremacist ideologies taking control of the state

Special Report: America Votes

Amid national tension and uncertainty, Joe Biden scores big in Michigan.

“After a long night of counting, it is clear that we are winning enough states to reach 270 votes to reach the presidency,” said Biden.

Special Report: America Votes

Three black women, three walks of life, one presidential election

Iyoniah Teague, 19  Iyoniah Teague said the morning of October 26th was one of the most nerve wracking moments of […]

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Voting in Clifton, New Jersey

Like most of the residents of this reliable blue state, Dayi casted her vote for Joe Biden.

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Taking the temperature of voters

In spite of the weather, early voters were determined to get their ballots in.

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Students wait and watch

Some students fear riots and are driven with anxiety, while others distract themselves until results are determined.

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Students strategize on mail-in or in-person voting 

The big decision for many college students is not who they will vote for but how they will cast their ballot

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Following American politics from the other side of the pond

Observing a national election while studying abroad can be a strange experience of both disassociation from the U.S. and an awkward experience of explaining American politics to others.