Can You Vote in New York City’s June Primary Election?

Can You Vote in New York City’s June Primary Election?

Photo: An early-voting site was open at the Queens Borough Community College for the Congressional District 3 special election, Feb. 9. 2024. Credit: Alex Krales/THE CITY By Melanie Marich and Allison Dikanovic This article is adapted from a previous version published by THE CITY in 2021. Primary Day is two weeks away, on June 25. And early voting starts this […]

It’s Not Just Young Voters. New Citizens Will Head to the Polls This Year, Too

It’s Not Just Young Voters. New Citizens Will Head to the Polls This Year, Too

Editorial credit: Ayman Haykal / Shutterstock.com By Elena Moore | NPR Millions of Americans can vote for the first time in the general election this fall, and while the majority of those will be voters just aging into eligibility – it’s a group that also includes new U.S. citizens spanning across generations. An estimated 3.5 million adults of voting […]

How Will Women of Color Vote In November? Insights from a New Poll

How Will Women of Color Vote In November? Insights from a New Poll

By Pearl Phillip As the United States gears up for another crucial election cycle, the spotlight is once again on the diverse tapestry of its electorate. Among the most influential demographics are women of color, whose collective voice significantly shapes the country’s political landscape. A recent poll conducted by Intersections of Our Lives sheds light on this pivotal group’s voting […]

The Rise & Power of Ethnic Voters: Shaping the Future of American Elections

The Rise & Power of Ethnic Voters: Shaping the Future of American Elections

By Pearl Phillip In the realm of American politics, the influence of ethnic voters is becoming increasingly significant as the demographics of the nation evolves. The voices of minorities, people of color, and immigrants are shaping the political landscape in an unprecedented way in the 2024 election cycle. The story of how these communities assert […]