2020election

By Sojourner Ahebee | Votebeat More than 10,000 voters cast their ballots in Philadelphia’s 9th Ward, marking the city’s highest registered-voter turnout, at 80%, during the 2020 general election. By comparison, citywide turnout was  66% and statewide turnout a little over 70%. Karen Bojar has lived in the 9th Ward for 40 years and was [...]
By Sojourner Ahebee | Votebeat Rondell Jordan is a registered Pennsylvanian voter but he almost didn’t get to cast his ballot this year. Jordan, a 31-year-old Black man, works remotely in Washington D.C. and had planned to vote by mail in the 2020 General Election. But each time he tried to get a mail-in ballot, [...]
by Solomon Jones | Philadelphia Inquirer Trump’s voter fraud lawsuits are not about contradicting the will of all the people — just the Black ones As Donald Trump engages in a twisted pattern of denial after losing the presidency to Joe Biden by nearly 5 million votes, media pundits have begun to talk about how [...]
by Sara Lomax-Reese | WURD The morning after election day 2020. I was woozy as if shaking off a hangover. Tired and on edge, I’m still trying to assuage the anxiety that lodged in the pit of my stomach some time around 8pm Tuesday night. While many predicted that this would be a nail-biter election, [...]
by Solomon Jones | WHYY On Saturday afternoon, when the numbers in Pennsylvania prompted every major media outlet to call the presidential race for Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris, I was filled with a mix of joy and relief. I joined my neighbors in rushing outside to release the primal shouts we’ve [...]
We Told You The Electoral College Is An HBCU .... over a year ago. But, a lot of folks didn't want to hear it - well, someone finally listened by Charles D. Ellison | the B|E note Special insights heard daily at #RealityCheck on WURD every Mon - Thur, 10am - 1pm ET LIVE at wurdradio.com or facebook.com/forwurd  Few people love the [...]
AMERICA RAN OUT OF LANDSLIDES  First impressions of what transpired during the most consequential election of our lifetime by Charles D. Ellison | WURD As of this date, it’s perhaps a fool’s errand to get too immersed in the numbers because ballots are still being counted and lawyers are already getting into it. What we [...]
By Sojourner Ahebee | Votebeat   This year’s global health crisis has dramatically changed what voting will look like on Election Day. Despite the obstacles widespread social distancing measures have placed in the way, city officials are still urging voters to exercise their right to vote, in whatever form that may be. “Voting in Philadelphia [...]
Articles #WURDOnPolitics2020NewsPolitics & Government Here’s why Philadelphia’s 9th Ward has the highest voter turnout in the city #WURDOnPolitics2020NewsPolitics & Government Why These Two Wards Had Philadelphia’s Lowest Voter Turnout #WURDOnPolitics2020NewsPolitics & Government Why race-specific voter turnout data is a challenge to collect #WURDOnPolitics2020NewsPolitics & Government ‘The first but not the last’: State Representative Joanna McClinton [...]

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