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Time
How COVID-19 Changed Everything About the 2020 Election
 
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In the 2020 that might have been, nobody is sick and politics is the center of the universe.
...    click to story link   
 

PBS
GOODTalks Episode 7: Mayors' Roundtable - D
 
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As local leaders, Mayor Steven Benjamin, the first Black mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, and Mayo ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
A Record 76% of Americans Can Vote by Mail in 2020
 
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At least three-quarters of all American voters will be eligible to receive a ballot in the mail for ...    click to story link   
 

ideastream
Northeast Ohio Nonprofits Join Call To Keep Original Census Deadline
 
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More than 500 philanthropic organizations nationwide have signed a letter asking the U.S. Census Bur ...    click to story link   
 

Secretary of State of Ohio
OHIO SECRETARY OF STATE HEALTH GUIDANCE FOR BOARDS OF ELECTIONS
 
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Protecting Voters and Precinct Election Officials and Ensuring All Ohioans Can Safely Cast Their Vo ...    click to story link   
 

Case Western Reserve University
Encyclopedia of Cleveland History: PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE OF 1980
 
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The second PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE OF 1980 between Democratic Pres. Jimmy Carter and Republican presiden ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
First 2020 presidential debate will be in Cleveland
 
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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The first 2020 presidential debate will take place in Cleveland, hosted by Case W ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Cost, hassle of stamps questioned as mail-in voting surges
 
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Even if it weren’t for her disability and fear of catching COVID-19, Delin ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
John Lewis, Towering Figure of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 80
 
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Representative John Lewis, a son of sharecroppers and an apostle of nonviolence who was bloodied at ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
Sen. Portman, help protect the integrity of our elections by acting quickly on COVID-19 relief package
 
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I hope Sen. Rob Portman will provide leadership to protect the integrity of our elections in the nex ...    click to story link   
 

Brookings
Voting by mail in a pandemic: A state-by-state scorecard
 
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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many have wondered if the U.S. can conduct a safe election in Nov ...    click to story link   
 

Summit County Public Health
Location of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Summit County by Zip Code
 
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This map is updated weekly on Wednesdays. Data Source: Ohio Disease Reporting System (ODRS).

Notes: L
...    click to story link   
 

Cincinnati Public Radio
Ohio Toasts New Voter Registration Initiative With Craft Breweries
 
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Secretary of State Frank LaRose, the state's top elections official, is working with craft breweries ...    click to story link   
 

Common Cause
NEW: Postal Service changes could delay mail ballots
 
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The United States Postal Service offers crucial services for Americans nationwide -- including enabl ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Mail delays likely as new postal boss pushes cost-cutting
 
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Mail deliveries could be delayed by a day or more under cost-cutting efforts bei ...    click to story link   
 

  

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Time
How COVID-19 Changed Everything About the 2020 Election
 
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In the 2020 that might have been, nobody is sick and politics is the center of the universe.

The Democratic Party has just nominated Joe Biden and his running mate at its mid-July conve
...    click to story link   
 

PBS
GOODTalks Episode 7: Mayors' Roundtable - D
 
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As local leaders, Mayor Steven Benjamin, the first Black mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, and Mayor Michelle De La Isla — the first Latina, first single mother, and second female mayor of Topeka, ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
A Record 76% of Americans Can Vote by Mail in 2020
 
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At least three-quarters of all American voters will be eligible to receive a ballot in the mail for the 2020 election — the most in U.S. history, according to a New York Times analysis. If recent el ...    click to story link   
 

ideastream
Northeast Ohio Nonprofits Join Call To Keep Original Census Deadline
 
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More than 500 philanthropic organizations nationwide have signed a letter asking the U.S. Census Bureau to allow more time for the 2020 census, including several local groups, after the bureau recentl ...    click to story link   
 

Secretary of State of Ohio
OHIO SECRETARY OF STATE HEALTH GUIDANCE FOR BOARDS OF ELECTIONS
 
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Protecting Voters and Precinct Election Officials and Ensuring All Ohioans Can Safely Cast Their Vote for the November 3, 2020 General Election

Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections are in a strong p
...    click to story link   
 

Case Western Reserve University
Encyclopedia of Cleveland History: PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE OF 1980
 
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The second PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE OF 1980 between Democratic Pres. Jimmy Carter and Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan was held in Cleveland on 28 Oct. 1980, sponsored by the LEAGUE OF WOMEN ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
First 2020 presidential debate will be in Cleveland
 
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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The first 2020 presidential debate will take place in Cleveland, hosted by Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic.

The partnership stepped in after the University o
...    click to story link   
 

AP
Cost, hassle of stamps questioned as mail-in voting surges
 
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Even if it weren’t for her disability and fear of catching COVID-19, Delinda Bryant said getting the necessary postage to cast a ballot this year will be a struggle.

Bryant, 6
...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
John Lewis, Towering Figure of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 80
 
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Representative John Lewis, a son of sharecroppers and an apostle of nonviolence who was bloodied at Selma and across the Jim Crow South in the historic struggle for racial equality, and who then carri ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
Sen. Portman, help protect the integrity of our elections by acting quickly on COVID-19 relief package
 
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I hope Sen. Rob Portman will provide leadership to protect the integrity of our elections in the next COVID-19 relief package. The Senate must act now to approve a rapid infusion of $3.6 billion to st ...    click to story link   
 

Brookings
Voting by mail in a pandemic: A state-by-state scorecard
 
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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many have wondered if the U.S. can conduct a safe election in November. What we know is this: The safest and most secure way to vote in a pandemic is vote-by-mail.

Du
...    click to story link   
 

Summit County Public Health
Location of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Summit County by Zip Code
 
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This map is updated weekly on Wednesdays. Data Source: Ohio Disease Reporting System (ODRS).

Notes: Location of cases is based on laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 only, and does not include cases
...    click to story link   
 

Cincinnati Public Radio
Ohio Toasts New Voter Registration Initiative With Craft Breweries
 
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Secretary of State Frank LaRose, the state's top elections official, is working with craft breweries to help increase the number of registered voters in Ohio. He says this is just one way to reach eli ...    click to story link   
 

Common Cause
NEW: Postal Service changes could delay mail ballots
 
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The United States Postal Service offers crucial services for Americans nationwide -- including enabling millions to vote safely from home this year. But if Trump’s new postmaster general gets his wa ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Mail delays likely as new postal boss pushes cost-cutting
 
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Mail deliveries could be delayed by a day or more under cost-cutting efforts being imposed by the new postmaster general. The plan eliminates overtime for hundreds of thousands of ...    click to story link   
 

  

Take Action
Essential weekly advocacy actions selected by our Advocacy Committee. -click to all actions


Take Action
Essential weekly advocacy actions selected by our Advocacy Committee. -click to all actions


News Blog - Be Informed
News stories selected by our Advocacy Committee to keep you informed.
-click to all stories

  
Time
How COVID-19 Changed Everything About the 2020 Election
 
news picture
In the 2020 that might have been, nobody is sick and politics is the center of the universe.
...    click to story link   
 

PBS
GOODTalks Episode 7: Mayors' Roundtable - D
 
news picture
As local leaders, Mayor Steven Benjamin, the first Black mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, and Mayo ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
A Record 76% of Americans Can Vote by Mail in 2020
 
news picture
At least three-quarters of all American voters will be eligible to receive a ballot in the mail for ...    click to story link   
 

ideastream
Northeast Ohio Nonprofits Join Call To Keep Original Census Deadline
 
news picture
More than 500 philanthropic organizations nationwide have signed a letter asking the U.S. Census Bur ...    click to story link   
 

Secretary of State of Ohio
OHIO SECRETARY OF STATE HEALTH GUIDANCE FOR BOARDS OF ELECTIONS
 
news picture
Protecting Voters and Precinct Election Officials and Ensuring All Ohioans Can Safely Cast Their Vo ...    click to story link   
 

Case Western Reserve University
Encyclopedia of Cleveland History: PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE OF 1980
 
news picture
The second PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE OF 1980 between Democratic Pres. Jimmy Carter and Republican presiden ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
First 2020 presidential debate will be in Cleveland
 
news picture
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The first 2020 presidential debate will take place in Cleveland, hosted by Case W ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Cost, hassle of stamps questioned as mail-in voting surges
 
news picture
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Even if it weren’t for her disability and fear of catching COVID-19, Delin ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
John Lewis, Towering Figure of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 80
 
news picture
Representative John Lewis, a son of sharecroppers and an apostle of nonviolence who was bloodied at ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
Sen. Portman, help protect the integrity of our elections by acting quickly on COVID-19 relief package
 
news picture
I hope Sen. Rob Portman will provide leadership to protect the integrity of our elections in the nex ...    click to story link   
 

Brookings
Voting by mail in a pandemic: A state-by-state scorecard
 
news picture
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many have wondered if the U.S. can conduct a safe election in Nov ...    click to story link   
 

Summit County Public Health
Location of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Summit County by Zip Code
 
news picture
This map is updated weekly on Wednesdays. Data Source: Ohio Disease Reporting System (ODRS).

Notes: L
...    click to story link   
 

Cincinnati Public Radio
Ohio Toasts New Voter Registration Initiative With Craft Breweries
 
news picture
Secretary of State Frank LaRose, the state's top elections official, is working with craft breweries ...    click to story link   
 

Common Cause
NEW: Postal Service changes could delay mail ballots
 
news picture
The United States Postal Service offers crucial services for Americans nationwide -- including enabl ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Mail delays likely as new postal boss pushes cost-cutting
 
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Mail deliveries could be delayed by a day or more under cost-cutting efforts bei ...    click to story link   
 

  


  
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