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Andi Egbert May 16
Replying to @DataANDInfo
A few items stand out abt patterns in the : 3/ Latinas led the charge: Turnout for females outpaced males by 6 points—43% versus 37%—among voters. This female gap is even slightly larger among Latino voters <age 45:
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Andi Egbert May 15
Replying to @DataANDInfo
A few items stand out abt patterns in the : 1/ Those who had to ACQUIRE the right to vote were particularly energized/angered: Voter turnout rate of Latino naturalized citizens exceeded 44%, outpacing U.S.-born Latinos (39%).
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Andi Egbert May 15
While 4 in 10 eligible voting was a midterm high, Latinos trailed Black (5 in 10) & White voters (6 in 10) in voting. More: See also this helpful piece by & :
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Berkley Center 5h
A white paper by Claudia Winkler & details religious voting patterns in the / first two years of the Trump presidency and attempts to discern what will be relevant in the 2020 presidential election.
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Maria Brown May 18
So sold his endorsement to resist the during the and ushered in someone who is part of the anti-abortion legislative trend we are seeing now?
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Gregory T. Christensen May 15
I knocked over 350 doors for alongside the during the . It was fun - because Charlie is so revered in . But I bumped into this sign today...6 months after the election. Just shows how respected Charlie is in SW Iowa.
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APM Research Lab May 15
ICYMI: new census data shows Latino getting a big boost in the —higher than any other nonpresidential voting year. Check out the details here:
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APM Research Lab May 15
Latino turnout in the jumped 13 percentage points compared to the previous midterms in 2014, yielding an additional 4.9 million(!!) voters. Explore more trends and analysis in our new article by :
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Andi Egbert May 15
The voice of voters 🗳️was louder in the than any other nonpresidential year. turnout ⬆️13 percentage pts between 2014 & 2018. Result? An additional 4.9 Million voters, 11.7 million total. My latest for :
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Susan Dyer May 20
Replying to @funder
The first wave of Republicans were voted out in , there will be more in , use your spine if you want respect to stay in office.
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Angie Jean-Marie Mar 7
Working on a blog post about women who made a local impact organizing for the . And, no surprise, black women are saving us all (again and again). 👸🏾✨
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Rumi Feb 14
Replying to @AnnCoulter
trump has lost as Congress is a separate, coequal branch of government....they are not trump sycophants, do not agree w him and have power of $$$$$$. Elections have consequences, thank God.
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Robyn Vining Dec 16
I'm often asked what I'll do with my children when I'm working (do people ask men this? Anyway) The answer is, "Sometimes I'll bring them!" So my daughter joined today's ON-camera interview. She wrote an essay. &took breaks to boomerang💙
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Kristen Clarke Dec 12
The show that voter suppression is rampant. From Brian Kemp and Kris Kobach, to absentee ballot theft in Bladen County, NC to gerrymandering and mass rejection of absentee ballots. Thanks for fighting to restore the VRA now.
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Pew Research Center Dec 17
Why self-reported nonvoters say they didn’t vote in the : - Don’t like politics 49% - Didn’t think vote would matter 44% - Too inconvenient 41% - Didn’t care who won 35% - Not registered/eligible 30% - Forgot 22%
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Data Orbital Jan 25
Did Republican turnout increase in Arizona's ? Check out our rundown of the turnout numbers and movement statewide and in key legislative districts.
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JΛKΣ Jan 13
In an attempt to avoid a crushing defeat, Trump manufactured a , and sent our military to confront a of families — with little girls, like this one.
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APM Research Lab May 14
The voice of was louder in the elections than any nonpresidential voting year in history. The turnout rate among eligible Latinos jumped 13 percentage pts between 2014 & 2018, resulting in 4.9M MORE Latino , 11.7M total.
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APM Research Lab May 14
Did you see our new article on the ? In these 12 congressional districts, half or more of all potential voters are Latino. Learn more about the record midterm turnout among Latinos here:
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Jon Jan 4
In 2018, Democrats flipped Michigan State Senate District 13 centered in Oakland County in the Rochester Hills, Troy, Royal Oak, Bloomfield Hills, Berkley, and Birmingham areas. unseated Marty Knollenberg, helping break an R supermajority
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