Your Vote 2020


Keisha Shields is voting in memory of her father and their shared values.
I Vote in Honor of My Dad, Who Died from Cancer as Trump Cut Research Funding

Keisha Shields remembers how troubled she and her father were after the 2016 election. So in memory of him, she's using her vote to stand up for their shared values this November.

In many states, you can register to vote online (Shutterstock/COURIER Graphic by Denzel Boyd).
Answered: Your Most Frequent Questions About Registering to Vote

Voters in all 50 states still have time to register to vote. Here’s everything you need to know about voter registration—including when to register, where to register, and what to do if you just moved to a new state.

(COURIER illustration / Denzel Boyd)
Answered: How to Make Sure Your Mail-In Ballot Is Counted

In elections, 1% of rejected mail-in ballots can equal up to thousands of votes. Minimizing mistakes on your mail-in ballot could make a significant impact on the presidential race.

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Ylenia Aguilar Was Once Undocumented. Now, She Votes for Those Who Can’t.

"To me, the American Dream meant having the right to vote," says Ylenia Aguilar, who ran for election the same year she became a citizen.

Your Vote 2020: Make It Matter
Why We’re Launching ‘Your Vote 2020: Make It Matter’

The 2020 election is shaping up to be like no other. Many will vote for the first time, mail in their ballot for the first time, and work at a polling site for the first time. COURIER’s Your Vote 2020 hub has all of the information that you need to participate in the election, no matter how you choose to do so.

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This Puerto Rican Teacher Didn’t Care About Politics Until 2016, Then Everything Changed

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ message was an eye-opener for Jochua Cora, who became a political activist and now believes in a better future.