Heather Law on how businesses in New York City have been preparing for the 2020 election and the outcome of Joe Biden’s win.
Joe Biden Wins the 2020 Election
Joe Biden wins the presidential election, Andrea Pineda-Salgado reports.
Election Uncertainty in NYC
In the days leading up to the announcement of the election of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, feelings of anxiety and uncertainty hang in the air. Izzy McMahon caught up with some New Yorkers in Washington Square Park to hear how they’re feeling in this charged moment.
Social Media Users Push Voting: Democracy or Trend?
The 2020 Presidential election saw record voter turnout, with well over 150 million registered voters casting their ballots, according to the US Elections Project. Social media seems to have played a role in some of this turnout, with an increased push online to encourage others to vote and participate, both from individual users and companies. […]
“The Divide is Clear”: Young voters on edge on Election Night following recent court rulings
Young Minnesotans fear that voter suppression may impact votes for Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden and continue the state’s pattern of discrimination against its marginalized groups. Following months of Black Lives Matter protests and incidents of police brutality, Minnesota college voters are worried their state will ‘swing Red’ in favor of President Donald Trump after […]
A Looming Election Casts Shadows Over College Iowans
Andrew Thompson, a junior at Drake University studying Political Science, is yearning for a return to normalcy after four chaotic years of the Trump presidency. “I hope that when I listen to a daily news podcast I can go a week without hearing anything from the Oval Office. That would be lovely,” said Thompson, who […]
Michigan Gen Z in 2020 Election: What it Means to be in a Generation of Change
Michigan Gen Z voters may have casted their ballots hoping for change, but now they are waiting for what comes next. “The country is so divided right now and I think that what we can do is unite, but unite by understanding that we have more in common than what divides us,” Kamali Clora, 21, […]
Texas Becomes More Blue in 2020 as Demographics Shift
The rising number of young American voters in Texas are tipping the Lone Star State to the left in this year’s election as fewer older generation voters headed to the polls on Tuesday night. With many more young voters casting ballots for former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, compared to the 2016 election, […]
First-Time Wisconsin Voters Caught in Bipartisan Fight Hope for a Better Future
On the night of a Presidential Election unlike any other, student voters across Wisconsin expressed discontent over restrictions like voiding any mail-in ballots received after 8pm on Election Day. “To me, it’s so obvious the people in power right now do not care about their constituents.” said Macie Daley, a sophomore studying Political Science at […]
First-time Voters in Pennsylvania Feel Anxious as They Await Election Results
College students across Pennsylvania are anxiously awaiting the results of the 2020 Presidential Election to filter in this evening and in the days ahead, as polls close and votes are counted. During most election years in recent history, the state of Pennsylvania has been thrust into the spotlight as a battleground state that former Presidential […]