Given the narrowness of the president’s loss in Minnesota in 2016, and the expected closeness of the race in battleground states the president won in 2016, the Trump campaign has decided to put Minnesota in play this time around. As a result, far more financial and organizational resources will be devoted to Minnesota in 2020 by the campaign than was the case in 2020. … [Read more...] about Twin Cities Riots Heighten Unpredictability of 2020 Election in Battleground State of Minnesota
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Gosa recalls also having to order food at the back door of a restaurant with nowhere to sit and eat it, and drinking from “colored” water fountains. And she thinks back on all the times she rode in the car with her parents past nearby Auburn University, which she thought of as “the school for white kids” because it was off-limits to black students. … [Read more...] about Older black voters have a 2020 dream: huge turnout, new president
In a post-COVID America, Biden will need a right hand who can assist him in thinking of the economics of the working class and formerly middle class. He will also need someone who has experience with innovation rooted in empathy. As the current administration has made abundantly clear, cruelty and personal financial gain is the foundation of the vast majority of their policy decisions. He also needs a veep who can unite the party, someone who can galvanize the more progressive wing of the party concerned with issues like criminal justice and the environment. … [Read more...] about Stacey Abrams Is the Only Vice Presidential Pick for Joe Biden. Here’s Why.
HOWARD COUNTY, MD — Atholton High School senior Bill Tong and Centennial High School senior Nadine Meister have been named U.S. Presidential Scholars by the U.S. Department of Education. There were a total of 161 students selected nationally as class of 2020 U.S. Presidential Scholars. … [Read more...] about 2 HCPSS Students Named U.S. Presidential Scholars
Allana was one of 161 American high school students — out of 5,300 considered — who have demonstrated "outstanding academic achievement, artistic excellence, technical expertise, leadership, citizenship, service and contribution to school and community," according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Education. The program only considers students with top grades and standardized test scores. … [Read more...] about Beverly Hills High School Senior Named Presidential Scholar