Politics Feb 03

Latino leaders and immigration reform supporters gather at Farrand Field on the campus of the University of Colorado to launch "My Country, My Vote," a 12-month voter registration campaign to mobilize Colorado's Latino, immigrant and allied voters October 28, 2015.
2016 voters will be most diverse ever

Voters in this year’s presidential election will be some of the most diverse ever, according to the Pew Research Center. By Election Day, nearly one-in-three eligible voters will be Hispanic, black, Asian or any other racial and ethnic minority.

Political director Lisa Desjardins joins Gwen Ifill to break down a few things to watch for in tonight’s caucuses, including key areas for both parties, the kind of voters Democratic candidates are hoping for and an app that streamlines the…

Nov 10

2014 midterm election turnout lowest in 70 years

Final numbers are still being tallied, but at this point it looks pretty clear that turnout in these midterms was the lowest overall in 70 years. Turnout of the voting-eligible population was just 36.4 percent, according to the projection from…

Oct 21

Democrats are in a box when it comes to President Obama

Today in the Morning Line: Obama calls red-state Democrats “strong allies and supporters” But will Republicans using his lines against him in blue states work? The political communication world is flat Obama hands GOP another line: President Obama’s had…

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