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The state of Wisconsin made headlines in the final days after the 2020 presidential election between incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden.
Currently, Biden leads the polls in Wisconsin with 49.6% of the votes, compared to 48.9% for Trump.
Experienced journalist Soledad O’Brien joins the Brandon Scoop B. Robinson to talk about the upcoming presidential elections and much more. 2020-11-02T23:58:28Z.
According to the Milwaukee report, the NBC Wisconsin branch of TMJ 4, Wisconsin, is preparing for a possible recount.
According to the report: Of the 72 provinces that voted, 56 submitted their results, and another five provinces submitted their results on Thursday. It’s Calumet County, Grant County, Langlaid County, Pierce County and Winnebago County.
We’re preparing for a recount, told Megan Wolf, of the Wisconsin State Election Commission, NBC.
Voter registration was a priority in Wisconsin.
For those who keep an eye on the house: The Vote for Wisconsin application and website enabled nearly 30,000 voters to register in key segments crucial to the state of the battlefield.
This year’s supplement is designed to help new and unregistered voters.
The application was developed by the impartial Voice of Wisconsin, a coalition of more than 60 impartial organizations in Wisconsin.
The application and VoteWisconsin.com have registered more than 26,000 new voters. He was also responsible for tens of thousands of online visits to the state registration site, which alone attracted more than 160,000 new users with voter registration and information services.
VoteWisconsin.com also served as a tool for registered voters in Wisconsin by providing tips on returning ballots, finding early voting locations and a tool for recruiting election workers.
In the climate of COVID, Vote Wisconsin helped register residents safely and efficiently for elections without leaving their homes, computers or phones, said Lisa Lucas, the Director of Wisconsin Voice Communications, in an e-mail release.
We registered nearly 30,000 new voters from all demographic and age groups. The most striking fact is that 20% of the users of our registration page are between 18 and 24 years old and almost 25% are between 24 and 34 years old. We know the power of voting for young people and we are pleased that this technology has been able to play an important role in their participation in this election.
Voter registration in 2020 was a big step forward. According to Pew Research: In the 2016 presidential election between President Trump and Hillary Clinton, African-American participation decreased for the first time in 20 years.
This is worth mentioning: The 7% drop is the largest in the history of African America.
Studies show that blacks and Spanish citizens are more likely than whites to encounter barriers at polling stations. Targeted awareness-raising programmes such as SHAPE UP the VOTE aim to increase participation and limit the future erosion of their fundamental political rights.
I think these are very different things and there are a lot of different variables, CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien told me a long time ago about the last episode of the series Heavy Live With Scoop B in the run-up to the presidential elections of 2020.
Even the fact that the participation rate is much higher. Who comes out, whose message resonates, and I think that’s very important.