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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Overseas Singaporeans have pandemic obstacles to voting

Many have to brave the pandemic, travel to a different state, or even country, serve a 28-day quarantine to make their ballot count.

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Staten Island city council candidate canvasses the black community on eve of Independence Day

As he knocked on doors, searching for votes, Richards told African American and African residents that over policing is impacting negatively the community.

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Latino Voters Rally Behind “Tío Bernie”

Tío Bernie (Uncle Bernie), as Hispanic supporters nicknamed Sanders, has won big among Latinos acrossin the early primaries.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

More Black Voters are with Bernie

After watching Joe Biden stumble, some Black voters are flocking to Senator Bernie Sanders, who they believe is a better choice for their community.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

New Hampshire’s Gen Z voters focus on issues

Energized Gen Z voters are everywhere on the eve of the New Hampshire Primary.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Confused by Iowa and unsure about who is electable, some New Hampshire Democratic voters are pouring water on the first-in-the-nation primary. 

With uncertainty clouding the outcome of the Iowa Caucus, and with so many different candidates still in the race—some of whom are here and some not -- many New Hampshire Democrats are questioning whether there will be a clear answer about the party’s future direction even after Tuesday’s primary.

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Kamala Harris Sparks Hope for Women of Color

Kamala Harris is the second African American woman and first Asian American to run for president.   Since announcing her […]

Special Report: Midterm Elections 2018

Christians look to their faith to help them vote

The congregation at Vox Veniae bows their heads to pray during a Sunday service. Photo by Samantha Springer. Some Christians […]

Special Report: Midterm Elections 2018

Progressive Latinas mobilize to get the vote out in Texas

Cristina Tzintzun in her office at JOLT headquarters in Austin, Texas. Photo by Opheli Garcia Lawler.   Ahead of the […]

Special Report: Midterm Elections 2018

Muslim Voters are Voting for Change

Voters have not seen in this many Muslim candidates on the ballot since after 9/11. The Muslim community, a frequent target of President Trump, is seeking representation.