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Scholastic
Election 2020
 
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  • Kid Reporters
  • Civics in Action
  • The Candidates
  • The Issues
...    click to story link   
 

The Guardian
A disputed election, a constitutional crisis, polarisation … welcome to 1876
 
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As Donald Trump warns inaccurately of voter fraud and polls show the unpopular president staying within touching distance of Democrat Joe Biden, the prospect of an unresolved US election draws horribl ...    click to story link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Absentee ballot requests flooding Ohio elections boards like never before
 
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Absentee ballot applications are pouring into Ohio boards of elections at an unprecedented rate more than two months before Election Day.

Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections are hiring more staff me
...    click to story link   
 

REUTERS
U.S. Postal Service launches election mail website ahead of elections
 
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(Reuters) - The U.S. Postal Service said on Friday it has launched a new election mail website, as a part of its efforts to ensure voters have correct information about voting by mail for the November ...    click to story link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
The City of Akron Launches Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force
 
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The city of Akron has launched a Racial Equity and Social Justice Task Force to address and change policies that have led to the disenfranchisement of Akron’s Black residents, who continue to fare w ...    click to story link   
 

AXIOS
Where immigrants will have the most voting power in 2020
 
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Immigrant voters could be pivotal this fall to election outcomes in some battleground suburbs, according to a new analysis of county-level Census data reviewed by Axios.

Why it matters: Texas, Georgia
...    click to story link   
 

Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Seeds of women’s suffrage were sown in Seneca Falls
 
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SENECA FALLS — One of the seeds for what eventually blossomed into the 19th Amendment was planted more than 170 years ago in a Fall Street church.

The Wesleyan Chapel is where 300 men and women gathe
...    click to story link   
 

WKSU
Summer Of Racial Reckoning
 
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It was Memorial Day, May 25th, 2020. The coronavirus had locked down the country for weeks. Tens of thousands had died. Millions were out of work. And in Minneapolis, a 46-year-old Black man named Geo ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland Scene Press Club
Western Reserve Historical Society To Open Virtual Exhibit About Women and Politics
 
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Tomorrow, Women and Politics: Empowered to Vote, Empowered to Lead, a new virtual exhibit, opens at the Western Reserve Historical Society. It traces the story of women’s role in the political spher ...    click to story link   
 

REUTERS
Ballot drop boxes are latest battleground in U.S. election fight
 
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As U.S. election officials gird for a dramatic expansion of mail voting in the Nov. 3 election, Democrats across the country are promoting drop boxes as a convenient and reliable option for voters who ...    click to story link   
 

NPR
Mail Delays Could Hurt The Census, Too
 
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Under pressure from the Trump administration to deliver 2020 census results by the end of this year, the U.S. Census Bureau has set a cutoff date for receiving paper forms for the once-a-decade head c ...    click to story link   
 

League of Women Voters
Civil Rights Groups, Civic Organizations, and Local Governments Sue to Protect the Census Timeline
 
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SAN JOSE—Today, the League of Women Voters of the United States, the National Urban League, Black Alliance for Immigration, Harris County, TX, and the City of Los Angeles, California, City of Salina ...    click to story link   
 

League of Women Voters
LWV Statement on the Postmaster General’s Reversal of USPS Changes Until After 2020 Election
 
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WASHINGTON – Today, the League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement in response to the announcement by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to delay operational changes to the ...    click to story link   
 

Reuters
Exclusive: U.S. Postmaster General to pause all operational reforms after outcry
 
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is set to announce later on Tuesday that he will suspend all operational reforms and initiatives until after the November presidential electi ...    click to story link   
 

TheUndefeated.com
More Than A Vote: A letter to fans to fight Black voter suppression
 
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We are a coalition of Black athletes and artists who came together amid the protests fueled by the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by police. We are focused on systemic, targeted voter supp ...    click to story link   
 

  

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2020 GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION
  



REAL TALK EVENTS (click to register)


COMMUNITY BOOK READ (click for more information)


HELPFUL ELECTION LINKS
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News You Need
-click to all stories

  
Scholastic
Election 2020
 
news picture
  • Kid Reporters
  • Civics in Action
  • The Candidates
  • The Issues
...    click to story link   
 

The Guardian
A disputed election, a constitutional crisis, polarisation … welcome to 1876
 
news picture
As Donald Trump warns inaccurately of voter fraud and polls show the unpopular president staying within touching distance of Democrat Joe Biden, the prospect of an unresolved US election draws horribl ...    click to story link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Absentee ballot requests flooding Ohio elections boards like never before
 
news picture
Absentee ballot applications are pouring into Ohio boards of elections at an unprecedented rate more than two months before Election Day.

Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections are hiring more staff me
...    click to story link   
 

REUTERS
U.S. Postal Service launches election mail website ahead of elections
 
news picture
(Reuters) - The U.S. Postal Service said on Friday it has launched a new election mail website, as a part of its efforts to ensure voters have correct information about voting by mail for the November ...    click to story link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
The City of Akron Launches Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force
 
news picture
The city of Akron has launched a Racial Equity and Social Justice Task Force to address and change policies that have led to the disenfranchisement of Akron’s Black residents, who continue to fare w ...    click to story link   
 

AXIOS
Where immigrants will have the most voting power in 2020
 
news picture
Immigrant voters could be pivotal this fall to election outcomes in some battleground suburbs, according to a new analysis of county-level Census data reviewed by Axios.

Why it matters: Texas, Georgia
...    click to story link   
 

Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Seeds of women’s suffrage were sown in Seneca Falls
 
news picture
SENECA FALLS — One of the seeds for what eventually blossomed into the 19th Amendment was planted more than 170 years ago in a Fall Street church.

The Wesleyan Chapel is where 300 men and women gathe
...    click to story link   
 

WKSU
Summer Of Racial Reckoning
 
news picture
It was Memorial Day, May 25th, 2020. The coronavirus had locked down the country for weeks. Tens of thousands had died. Millions were out of work. And in Minneapolis, a 46-year-old Black man named Geo ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland Scene Press Club
Western Reserve Historical Society To Open Virtual Exhibit About Women and Politics
 
news picture
Tomorrow, Women and Politics: Empowered to Vote, Empowered to Lead, a new virtual exhibit, opens at the Western Reserve Historical Society. It traces the story of women’s role in the political spher ...    click to story link   
 

REUTERS
Ballot drop boxes are latest battleground in U.S. election fight
 
news picture
As U.S. election officials gird for a dramatic expansion of mail voting in the Nov. 3 election, Democrats across the country are promoting drop boxes as a convenient and reliable option for voters who ...    click to story link   
 

NPR
Mail Delays Could Hurt The Census, Too
 
news picture
Under pressure from the Trump administration to deliver 2020 census results by the end of this year, the U.S. Census Bureau has set a cutoff date for receiving paper forms for the once-a-decade head c ...    click to story link   
 

League of Women Voters
Civil Rights Groups, Civic Organizations, and Local Governments Sue to Protect the Census Timeline
 
news picture
SAN JOSE—Today, the League of Women Voters of the United States, the National Urban League, Black Alliance for Immigration, Harris County, TX, and the City of Los Angeles, California, City of Salina ...    click to story link   
 

League of Women Voters
LWV Statement on the Postmaster General’s Reversal of USPS Changes Until After 2020 Election
 
news picture
WASHINGTON – Today, the League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement in response to the announcement by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to delay operational changes to the ...    click to story link   
 

Reuters
Exclusive: U.S. Postmaster General to pause all operational reforms after outcry
 
news picture
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is set to announce later on Tuesday that he will suspend all operational reforms and initiatives until after the November presidential electi ...    click to story link   
 

TheUndefeated.com
More Than A Vote: A letter to fans to fight Black voter suppression
 
news picture
We are a coalition of Black athletes and artists who came together amid the protests fueled by the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by police. We are focused on systemic, targeted voter supp ...    click to story link   
 

  

  

2020 GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION
  



REAL TALK EVENTS (click to register)


COMMUNITY BOOK READ (click for more information)
CANDIDATE FORUM send your questions    more information


HELPFUL ELECTION LINKS
(clickable)


News You Need
-click to all stories

  
Scholastic
Election 2020
 
news picture
  • Kid Reporters
  • Civics in Action
  • The Candidates
  • The Issues
...    click to story link   
 

The Guardian
A disputed election, a constitutional crisis, polarisation … welcome to 1876
 
news picture
As Donald Trump warns inaccurately of voter fraud and polls show the unpopular president staying within touching distance of Democrat Joe Biden, the prospect of an unresolved US election draws horribl ...    click to story link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Absentee ballot requests flooding Ohio elections boards like never before
 
news picture
Absentee ballot applications are pouring into Ohio boards of elections at an unprecedented rate more than two months before Election Day.

Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections are hiring more staff me
...    click to story link   
 

REUTERS
U.S. Postal Service launches election mail website ahead of elections
 
news picture
(Reuters) - The U.S. Postal Service said on Friday it has launched a new election mail website, as a part of its efforts to ensure voters have correct information about voting by mail for the November ...    click to story link   
 

Akron Beacon Journal
The City of Akron Launches Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force
 
news picture
The city of Akron has launched a Racial Equity and Social Justice Task Force to address and change policies that have led to the disenfranchisement of Akron’s Black residents, who continue to fare w ...    click to story link   
 

AXIOS
Where immigrants will have the most voting power in 2020
 
news picture
Immigrant voters could be pivotal this fall to election outcomes in some battleground suburbs, according to a new analysis of county-level Census data reviewed by Axios.

Why it matters: Texas, Georgia
...    click to story link   
 

Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Seeds of women’s suffrage were sown in Seneca Falls
 
news picture
SENECA FALLS — One of the seeds for what eventually blossomed into the 19th Amendment was planted more than 170 years ago in a Fall Street church.

The Wesleyan Chapel is where 300 men and women gathe
...    click to story link   
 

WKSU
Summer Of Racial Reckoning
 
news picture
It was Memorial Day, May 25th, 2020. The coronavirus had locked down the country for weeks. Tens of thousands had died. Millions were out of work. And in Minneapolis, a 46-year-old Black man named Geo ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland Scene Press Club
Western Reserve Historical Society To Open Virtual Exhibit About Women and Politics
 
news picture
Tomorrow, Women and Politics: Empowered to Vote, Empowered to Lead, a new virtual exhibit, opens at the Western Reserve Historical Society. It traces the story of women’s role in the political spher ...    click to story link   
 

REUTERS
Ballot drop boxes are latest battleground in U.S. election fight
 
news picture
As U.S. election officials gird for a dramatic expansion of mail voting in the Nov. 3 election, Democrats across the country are promoting drop boxes as a convenient and reliable option for voters who ...    click to story link   
 

NPR
Mail Delays Could Hurt The Census, Too
 
news picture
Under pressure from the Trump administration to deliver 2020 census results by the end of this year, the U.S. Census Bureau has set a cutoff date for receiving paper forms for the once-a-decade head c ...    click to story link   
 

League of Women Voters
Civil Rights Groups, Civic Organizations, and Local Governments Sue to Protect the Census Timeline
 
news picture
SAN JOSE—Today, the League of Women Voters of the United States, the National Urban League, Black Alliance for Immigration, Harris County, TX, and the City of Los Angeles, California, City of Salina ...    click to story link   
 

League of Women Voters
LWV Statement on the Postmaster General’s Reversal of USPS Changes Until After 2020 Election
 
news picture
WASHINGTON – Today, the League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement in response to the announcement by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to delay operational changes to the ...    click to story link   
 

Reuters
Exclusive: U.S. Postmaster General to pause all operational reforms after outcry
 
news picture
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy is set to announce later on Tuesday that he will suspend all operational reforms and initiatives until after the November presidential electi ...    click to story link   
 

TheUndefeated.com
More Than A Vote: A letter to fans to fight Black voter suppression
 
news picture
We are a coalition of Black athletes and artists who came together amid the protests fueled by the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by police. We are focused on systemic, targeted voter supp ...    click to story link   
 

  

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