Presidential Election Updates / Latino Vote In 2020, How Social Justice Impacted Voting / Breaking Down Election Law Challenges
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Protest signs in downtown Sacramento on Nov. 4, 2020.
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The Presidential election is still undecided. Joe Biden drew closer to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House on Wednesday after flipping Arizona, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Today could be the day that more key swing states, including Nevada, announce race-defining updates to their presidential vote tallies. We have updates on the latest today, including a look at how Latinos voted and how protests over social justice and racial equality impacted the election.
Reno-based CapRadio Reporter and Producer Bert Johnson with updates on Nevada’s election results
Northwestern University Associate History and Latina and Latino Studies Professor Geraldo Cadava discusses how Latinos voted this election cycle
St. Louis University Associate Behavioral Science and Health Education Professor and Institute for Healing Justice and Equity Co-founder Keon Gilbert on how protests over social justice and racial equality impacted the election
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Director of Election Law and Law Professor Edward ‘Ned’ Foley navigates the legal challenges to presidential election results