Why Midterm Elections Matter
We should vote because we need more good in our government. We should know our leaders from city hall to capitol hill
Whose vote counts? Whose doesn’t?
The push for voting rights is a moral imperative and requires the urgent passage of nationwide voting rights legislation.
Before Stacey Abrams changed Georgia politics, she learned hard work in Mississippi
Stacey Abrams, who won Georgia’s Democratic nomination for governor, grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, where she and her five siblings learned about service to others from their United Methodist minister parents.
Kamala Harris, America’s first female vice president-elect, makes history
Vice-President Kamala Harris will become the country’s highest-ranking woman in politics, joining President-elect Joe Biden in the White House.
Climate Voting to Protect God’s Creation
Commentary: Many Americans, particularly Black Americans of faith, will vote to take responsibility as guardians to the greatest gift that God has bestowed upon us.
Electionland 2020: Polling Place Safety, Misinformation, Mask Issues and More
The article originally appeared on ProPublica.org, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. New from ProPublica Pennsylvania’s New Vote-by-Mail Law Expands Access for Everyone Except the Poor In America’s poorest big city, language barriers, unstable housing...
Electionland 2020: Absentee Vote Tracking, Drop Boxes, Poll Watchers and More
The most recent headlines on record early voting, election litigation and disinformation.
Electionland 2020: Florida Felon Voting, Election Websites, DOJ Policies and More
This article originally appeared on ProPublica.org, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. New From ProPublica In Florida, the Gutting of a Landmark Law Leaves Few Felons Likely to Vote State officials don’t know how many felons are registered or eligible...
Electionland 2020: PA Voting, NYC Absentee Ballots, Legal Battles and More
The latest headlines on election funding, mail-in voting, and misinformation.
Upset with elected officials after COVID-19 halted her business, woman registers people to vote
Frustrated by the response of elected officials after the pandemic slowed her business, Cassandra Wilson has used her down time for something she’d never done before: registering Mississippi Delta residents to vote.