Reading Time: 7 minutes While Miami has stepped forward, educators elsewhere in Florida have to cope with the pandemic on their own in a state where the governor rejects coronavirus restrictions.
Reading Time: 5 minutes A conservative cohort has moved to a new online home where it seems to be pushing conspiracy theories against its own interests.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Trump administration first wanted to include a question on immigration status on the census. Then they ended it early. Now, the sanctity of the decennial count hangs in the balance.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Latinx voters don’t all care about immigration or wear sombreros. Political parties and pundits need to pay attention to them — not just around Election Day.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Black female political organizers are the unsung heroes of the election in Georgia, and may yet earn Democrats control of the Senate.
Reading Time: 10 minutes Will young Republican men in Florida responding to Trump’s macho rhetoric put him over the top?
Reading Time: 13 minutes Despite a historic distrust of the left fueled by Republican messaging, many members of the Cuban American electorate in FL are leaving the party of Donald Trump.
Reading Time: 7 minutes The voting registration deadline in Florida was October 5. How did the pandemic affect the numbers, and what does it mean for the future?
Reading Time: 10 minutes Getting out the vote has never been more important, and now that face-to-face methods have flagged, the campaigns must move online. Can they still be effective?
Reading Time: 5 minutes After Florida voters overwhelmingly gave ex-felons back their right to vote, the state used bureaucracy, fees, and fear to quash it.