Joe Biden is now the president-elect of the United States.
What. A. Ride.
Indeed. After a long few days of waiting for results, the race was finally called over the weekend.
Former VP Joe Biden wants an office upgrade. Here’s what you need to know about his 2020 campaign and policies.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) is the first Black woman and first South Asian American on a major party’s presidential ticket. Before she and Biden were running mates, they were rivals in the 2020 presidential race.
President Donald Trump is going for round two. And the odds are in his favor – the last time a president didn’t get re-elected was in 1992.
VP Mike Pence wants to keep being America’s no. 2. He's known for his near unflinching loyalty to President Trump. And he’s seen as an important bridge for Trump to the evangelical community.
Plus, her pitch to Trump voters, how a Biden-Harris administration would tackle the pandemic, and a shoutout for her campaign rally pump-up song.
Abortion rates have been going down for decades. But with the recent wave of statewide abortion restrictions, the issue has taken a front seat in the 2020 election.
The effects of climate change – like more frequent wildfires and flooding – are hitting home for voters in a way they haven’t in the past.
The US economy is currently in its longest expansion ever and unemployment is at a record low. That's music to President Trump's ears. But the country's also dealing with rising income inequality and stagnant wages.
The nation has a $1.5 trillion student debt problem. That's led to a fierce debate about how to make college more affordable. The candidates also have policies to address everything from universal pre-k to charter schools.
A string of mass shootings in recent years have amplified this issue for American voters and ignited new calls for action by lawmakers.
US health care is the most expensive in the world. And Americans are fed up with its high prices, making it one of the most pressing issues on the campaign trail.
Immigration has been a defining issue of President Trump’s first term. That’s fueled a debate about everything from the future of DACA to border security to refugee policies.
Though LGBTQ+ Americans have seen some key civil rights victories in recent years, many still face the threat of discrimination, harassment, and violence in their everyday lives.
The threat of terrorism. Nuclear war. Cybersecurity. There are a wide variety of issues that could affect the safety and security of Americans.
Sweeping protests across the US this year have made this issue more prominent in the presidential race than in the past.
We recently surveyed our audience to check in on them ahead of Election Day. The good news: almost all of them said they are likely to vote or have already voted. Almost. All.
There are a lot of ways to vote this year. We spoke to influential women across the political spectrum about how they're casting their ballot, and tips to help you cast yours.
Getting informed is an essential part of being a responsible voter. Especially on issues that directly impact you, like women's health.
Taxes, student loans, healthcare, etc.
Voting is a fundamental right for US citizens. But since the country’s founding, the right to vote has been inaccessible to large segments of the country.
We’ve got T-shirts, jewelry, and an everyday tote. Whether you mailed in your ballot or are heading to the polls, it’s time to get your vote swag on.
August marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment – giving women the right to vote in the US. However, the fight for women’s voting rights continued for decades, especially for women of color.
Your vote is your voice. But don't take it from us: Hear what our community has to say about why millennial women should vote in the 2020 election.
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