In presidential elections, the Republican Party used to win the majority of Asian votes. Now it barely wins more than a quarter. Year GOP Share of the Asian Vote Third Party Share of the Asian Vote 1992 55 percent 15 percent 1996 48 percent 8 percent 2000 41 percent 3-4 percent
November 1, 2020
There’s a good chance Americans won’t know the winner of Tuesday’s presidential election when they go to bed that night. The main reason? Many states have made it easier to request a mail ballot amid the coronavirus pandemic and concerns about crowded polling places. But mail ballots generally require more time to process than ballots
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden each has a path to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. Biden’s is appreciably wider. The former vice president is competitive in all the battleground states Trump carried in 2016 and has put a handful of traditional Republican states, including Georgia and
National and local law enforcement agencies are preparing to respond in case civil disturbances break out after Tuesday’s elections, which experts fear may have a “different venue for challenging election results, namely in the streets.” And that may be true whichever side wins. Seth Jones, director of the Transnational Threats Project at the Center for
A local group of governor appointed community leaders work with the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) to assure our communities have a voice in state decisions that impact the management of regional water supplies. The Groundwater Users Advisor Council or GUAC is a six member group of citizens who voluntarily serve six year terms.