As the fall campaign ramps up, grass-roots groups on the ground are working to mobilize voters of color who could be the difference in who wins each state, and the presidency.
Some of the biggest debate fireworks in Biden and Trump's first debate battle could come on the issue of race, amid a backdrop of a nation roiled by the killing and shooting of black men by police, and dueling vision's for America.
Millions of voters register in the fall, but what happens when you can't reach thousands of college students on campuses because of pandemic-related closures?
Democrats concerned about a tightening electoral map in battleground states have new worries in the recently reliably blue state of Nevada, one they fear could be the Michigan of 2020 as a surprise target for President Donald Trump.
Advantages have included thousands more people watching the type of daily convention events usually reserved for insiders, and high-profile cameos, which Democrats say has been an unexpected boon for the party as it tries to engage voters.
The Lincoln Project is continuing their pivot to targeting Latino voters in the critical states of Florida, Arizona, and Texas, Newsweek has learned exclusively.
The question of what exactly Harris would do in a Biden administration has come into focus. Democrats and allies say Harris is primed to take on police reform efforts.
"It's historic and transformational," a former Harris advisor told Newsweek.
Direct contact is key to voter turnout, and Democrats reached a record 2 million Texans—the majority of whom were people of color.
Figures in sports and entertainment like Chris Paul and Sean "Diddy" Combs—along with 100 black male leaders—expressed disgust at the way black women have been "unfairly criticized and scrutinized" during the VP selection process.
The choices for who gets speaking slots during the convention's drastically shorter broadcast are under scrutiny.
Election lawyers with ties to the Biden campaign have privately discussed the possibility that a desperate President Donald Trump could go as far as deploying federal law enforcement at or near polls on Election Day, a move that would be unprecedented and heavily scrutinized.
The perpetual drip of demography and frustration with Trump's leadership means Latino voters who make up nearly a quarter of eligible voters in Arizona could tip the state towards presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Republican candidate for senate Martha McSally's primary against Daniel McCarthy is a battle she's expected to win Tuesday, but the results could foreshadow her losing the general election war in November.
"This anniversary is a moment to resummon the purpose we felt one year ago and to recommit to the battle for the soul of this nation," Biden says in the video expected to be released Monday morning.
With a major teacher's union threatening teacher's strikes over COVID-19 virus surges in Florida, Texas, Arizona, Joe Biden said the president should follow his plan to reopen schools safely.
While the Biden campaign has made up lost ground during July, Trump outspent Biden on Spanish-language TV and radio by nearly half a million dollars.
Democrats Monday lambasted a report that one of Joe Biden's confidantes in charge of the vetting process for the vice presidential pick was dismissive of Senator Kamala Harris, because of her tussle with the former vice president during a primary debate.
Donald Trump is in big trouble, according to national and swing state polls. His only hope is a Harry Truman-esque, 1948-style comeback, one that is highly unlikely.
"Vice President Biden's Made in America plan will help reshore supply chains so that we are never again dependent on China in a crisis," one advisor told Newsweek.
The much-maligned $518 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) saved an estimated 2.3 million jobs through May, according to a new study by ADP Research Institute.
Allies of Senator Bernie Sanders are touting agenda items they persuaded Joe Biden to adopt in his platform, Newsweek has learned. But Biden's pact with the left is even bigger.
A new poll finds that Latino voters continue to demonstrate lower enthusiasm for Joe Biden's candidacy.
Joe Biden's "Buy American" economic plan that calls for a $700 billion jobs package struck a populist tone that managed to thrill progressives and shock the Trump administration and allies.
Ritchie Torres has a bone to pick: He said as an Afro-Latino, he will formally seek membership in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. Yet he lambasted a rule prohibiting him from joining the Congressional Black Caucus at the same time.
Black and Latino businesses have been particularly hard-hit due to the coronavirus pandemic and lawmakers are hoping a bipartisan $50 billion plan to help small businesses, including rural and minority-owned businesses is part of the next relief package.
The former presidential candidate was talking about police brutality in the spring of 2019, a year before George Floyd's death by police that sparked national protests and calls for police reform.
The Lincoln Project is hitting Donald Trump again—this time partnering with a well-known Latino cartoonist from Los Angeles who never thought he would work with Republicans.
Hillary Clinton says President Donald Trump would have tried to "lock her up" if there was legitimately any law she had broken.
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden became emotional speaking to a black educator about the death of George Floyd, while addressing the National Education Association (NEA), the largest labor union in the country.