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Is Speaking Spanish Enough to Win Over Latino Voters?

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The answer is "no." Since the opening of the Democratic primary debates, the ability of some candidates to speak Spanish has been as laudable as...

Politics at the Dinner Table: How to Keep Cool When Talking...

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With President Trump’s impeachment by the House of Representatives fresh on our minds, many of us are experiencing anxiety over what we ought to...

How Do I Vote if I Live Abroad?

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The future of your country, and state, lies in your hands and voting from abroad is much easier than you think. While in the...

How Do I Vote Early or Absentee?

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As you begin to make your plans for the upcoming election next fall (and in any primary elections before that), it’s important to know...

How Do I Figure Out My Polling Location?

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It’s widely acknowledged that we all need to vote, and that our vote (and every vote) matters. We know that more than ever making...

Kansas City Community Rejects City Leaders’ Attempt to Rename Iconic Street...

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If you’re just scanning the headlines, it’s easy to mistake this story for a much simpler one: the people of Kansas City, Missouri, made...

Claudia López Becomes First Woman and Lesbian to Hold Mayoral Office...

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Over the weekend, the people of Bogotá elected Claudia Lópeztheir mayor. She becomes the capital city’s first woman to hold mayoral office. As a...

How to Spot ‘Hispandering’ as the 2020 Election Approaches

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Is that time of the season again, Americans will elect the next President of the United States on November 3, 2020 and presidential candidates...

2020 Foresight: Unpacking the Power of the Latino Vote

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The Latinx community is not a monolith, encompassing a plurality of cultures and experiences. But despite this reality, as a voting bloc, the numbers...

Real Talk: Is 2020 the Year of the Hispanic Vote?

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Just in case it was unclear, the upcoming 2020 U.S. presidential election is going to be a true turning point in our democracy, and...