Stories tagged: "election 2020"


Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is the first major-party nominee in the United States to speak about violence against transgender women of color in a public forum. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Biden Just Took a Stand for Trans Women in a Way That No Presidential Nominee Ever Has

Echoing one of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's primary campaign themes, Biden declared that he would "flat out" change the harmful executive orders President Trump has used to target transgender Americans.

From Capitol Hill to the White House, COURIER is breaking down what matters most in this year's election.
Election 2020 Analysis: What Happened, What Didn’t, and What Comes Next?

From the presidency to the Senate and local ballot measures with potential, national impacts, COURIER is unpacking everything you need to know about what mattered most in the 2020 election.

Philadelphia resident Priscilla Bennett receives her mail-in ballot at the opening of a satellite election office at Temple University's Liacouras Center, on Sept. 29, 2020, in Philadelphia.  (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
PA Elections Officials Are Scrambling to Make Sure Every Vote Counts

Election officials across the state say they are doing all they can to make sure Pennsylvania doesn’t end up like Florida two decades ago, when the last drawn-out presidential tally ended before the US Supreme Court.

(COURIER illustration / Denzel Boyd)
Election Day Voting: What Can Go Wrong and What You Can Do About It

Nov. 3 is fast approaching, and many voting rules have changed already. To make sure your vote is counted, we break down everything you need to know about voting in person on Election Day.

What should you do if you see voter intimidation? Step one: Report it to a poll worker. (Graphic by COURIER; image by AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Voter Intimidation Is Illegal. Here’s What Else You Need to Know About It.

Voter intimidation is illegal in every state across the country. Here's how you can spot it and do something about it.

Martha Thomas-Wiggins, a Philadelphia-based educator, thinks of protecting children when she votes. (Photo Courtesy of Denise Clay)
Standing Up for the Young Is a Lifelong Quest for This ‘Warrior Chief’

Martha Thomas-Wiggins, an educator in Philadelphia, has been named a Ghanaian warrior chief for her advocacy for children. She says Trump has "been doing a lot of harm to the children."

Residents wait in line outside a satellite election office at Temple University's Liacouras Center, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
The Voter Checklist Every Pennsylvanian Needs to Make Sure Their Vote Counts

The Keystone has put together a checklist to help explain the voting process and get you prepared for the general election.