Stories tagged: "Vote"

The Cuban Vote in Florida Is Not Representative of Latinos as a Voting Bloc—Not Even Close

Preliminary data shows that Latinos overwhelmingly voted Democrat, while Latinas turned out in bigger numbers than Latino men.

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Why Actress Isabella Gomez Is Urging You to Vote

The "One Day at a Time" star says there's a lot a stake for Latinos in the upcoming presidential election.

Protests against racial injustice continued this week after a Kentucky grand jury decided not to charge any officers for the death of Breonna Taylor while she slept in her apartment (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Two Advocates Sound Off on the Failure to Charge Breonna Taylor’s Killers and the Path Forward

Despite the lack of justice for Breonna Taylor and the pain that has caused, activists urge the nation to continue fighting racial injustice—that includes speaking out, showing up, and voting.

Florida Lawyers Will Work Pro Bono to Help Formerly Incarcerated People Vote

Five Trump-approved judges have overturned a decision that would have prevented formerly convicted felons from paying fees before they were allowed to vote.

Are You a Floricua? Your Vote Matters to All Boricuas.

The stakes are high in the US presidential election, and Hispanic voters are expected to be the largest racial or ethnic group in the 2020 electorate.

Graphic by COURIER/Denzel Boyd
Floridians: Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Voting by Mail

Whether you're voting in person, via vote by mail or absentee ballots, it's important to make sure you submit everything in on time.

How to Find My Polling Place in Florida

Knowing where to vote is just as important as registering to do so. Here's how to locate where to cast your ballot on Election Day.