Stories tagged: "Vote"


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More Than 200 Faith Leaders Ask NFL to Pull Super Bowl From Arizona Over Restrictive Voting Laws

Phoenix was disqualified as the host city for the Super Bowl in 1993 because Arizona did not recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a state holiday. The city lost an estimated $200 million in revenue.

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Sinema Deals Death Blow To Effort To Protect Democracy and Voting Rights

Sinema joined all 50 Republicans and one other Democrat in voting against changing an outdated Senate rule that requires 60 votes to pass bills.

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‘Long Time Coming’: Latino Voters Celebrate Flipping Arizona Blue

“This feels like looking at all of the hard work we’ve been able to do over the past 15 years, looking at real change, looking at real power."

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Why Actress Isabella Gomez Is Urging You to Vote

The "One Day at a Time" star says there's a lot a stake for Latinos in the upcoming presidential election.

The Black Lives Matter protests are among the main motivations for young Latino voters to go to the polls in 2020.
Young Latino Voters Are Driven by Social Issues and Are More Independent Than Parents, Poll Shows

85% of Latino voters age 18 to 34 are driven to vote by race and ethnic inequality issues, a study conducted by Telemundo and BuzzFeed News shows.

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Voting Rights Groups Plan to Reach Out to One Million Voters by November Election

The coalition says they contacted one million voters in 2018, and they’re on track to do it again for the November election.

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Want To Vote In March? Tuesday Is The Last Day To Register As A Democrat.

Voter registration deadlines, recreational marijuana legalization efforts, and Phoenix's Democratic Debate: It's news you can use.