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Russian voters agree to let Putin seek 2 more terms

Russian voters approved changes to their country’s constitution that will allow President Vladimir Putin to potentially hold power until 2036, but the weeklong plebiscite was tarnished by widespread reports of pressure on voters and other irregularities. CBC | World News

New Poll Shows 80 Percent Of Voters Think The U.S. Is ‘Out Of Control’

The results of an NBC/Washington Post poll released on Sunday showed that 80 percent of American voters think that the United States is “out of control” right now, NBC News reported. The poll asked registered voters how they felt about the economy, the coronavirus pandemic, the protests after the death of George Floyd, the presidential election, and their general thoughts about the state of the nation, according to NBC News.… Read More »New Poll Shows 80 Percent Of Voters Think The U.S. Is ‘Out Of Control’

Republican Senator Blocks Paid Sick Leave For Coronavirus Victims, But Poll Shows 2 Of 3 GOP Voters Favor Plan

On Wednesday, the same day that the World Health Organization officially declared the global coronavirus outbreak a “pandemic,” a Republican senator blocked an emergency bill that would have required employers to immediately guarantee 14 days of sick leave with pay during public health crises. According to a report by HuffPo on Wednesday, Washington Senator Patty Murray attempted to push the emergency bill through the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions… Read More »Republican Senator Blocks Paid Sick Leave For Coronavirus Victims, But Poll Shows 2 Of 3 GOP Voters Favor Plan

Latino voters can make or break Democratic campaigns. They’re about to get their say in 2020

Four years ago, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ momentum stalled in the southwest. A setback in Nevada followed his impressive early showing in less-diverse Iowa and New Hampshire, and it foreshadowed what happened next: a campaign-ending string of defeats in states with large Latino populations. He’s worked hard in these states in the hope of writing a different ending to the script this time. CBC | World News

Most Democratic Voters More Likely To Vote For Bernie Sanders After Iowa Caucuses, Says Poll

A new Morning Consult survey suggests that voters are more likely to vote for Bernie Sanders after the Iowa caucuses, which was riddled with errors and a delayed rollout of results. Of the 52 percent of respondents that said they were leaning toward backing Sanders following Iowa’s caucuses, Newsweek reports that 29 percent said they were “much more likely,” and 23 percent said they were”somewhat more likely.” Of the 38… Read More »Most Democratic Voters More Likely To Vote For Bernie Sanders After Iowa Caucuses, Says Poll