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Another group that works to mobilize voters of color set up tables at a recent high school graduation to register newly eligible young voters.
LIVE UPDATES: GEORGIA SECRETARY OF STATE ISSUES CORRECTION, SAYING CERTIFICATION OF ITS GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS IS STILL UNDER WAYJOHN WAGNER, COLBY ITKOWITZ, MICHELLE LEENOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
During the first wave, I mostly mobilized to support the spots in my immediate neighborhood — the places I walk by with the dog daily, the ones whose patios I’m mostly likely to populate once this is all over.
OVERWHELMED BY HOW TO HELP THE RESTAURANT INDUSTRY? MAKE A LIST.ERIN DEJESUSNOVEMBER 20, 2020EATER
For example, Huang says his team learned that each live-stream influencer mobilizes its fan base to exhibit different purchasing behaviors, so it will continue to create bespoke prediction models for each of its top influencers.
HOW THE PANDEMIC READIED ALIBABA’S AI FOR THE WORLD’S BIGGEST SHOPPING DAYKAREN HAONOVEMBER 13, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Nse Ufot, chief executive of the New Georgia Project, which focuses on mobilizing young voters of color, compared him to Kemp.
HIS FELLOW REPUBLICANS TURNED ON HIM, BUT GEORGIA SECRETARY OF STATE BRAD RAFFENSPERGER ISN’T BACKING DOWNREIS THEBAULT, AMY GARDNERNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
If everyone reading this got their Plus Two, the OZY community could mobilize significant new numbers of voters.
HERE’S WHAT’S AT STAKE WHEN YOU VOTEDANIEL MALLOYNOVEMBER 1, 2020OZY
The voters are clustered in the Sunbelt, particularly in states such as Florida, North Carolina and especially Texas that Democrats hope to win by mobilizing large chunks of the electorate that sit out most contests.
WHO IS VOTING? WHO IS WINNING? EARLY VOTE ONLY OFFERS CLUESRACHEL SCHALLOMOCTOBER 31, 2020FORTUNE
At Supermajority, a women’s advocacy organization working to mobilize millions of women into political action, we believe that when we bring women together across race, age, geography, and background, they can change the direction of this country.
WOMEN WILL DECIDE THIS ELECTIONJAKEMETHOCTOBER 30, 2020FORTUNE
Then there are parents like Schneider, who have mobilized entire communities to create space for childhood magic on All Hallows’ Eve.
PARENTS ARE GOING THE EXTRA MILE TO SAVE HALLOWEEN FOR THEIR KIDSEMILY DAVIESOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Postal Service leaders say that moving election mail is the agency’s top priority and that they have mobilized extra resources to respond to ballot volumes.
MILLIONS OF MAIL BALLOTS HAVE NOT BEEN RETURNED AS WINDOW CLOSES FOR POSTAL SERVICE DELIVERYDEREK HAWKINS, JACOB BOGAGEOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Ardern also has a strong focus on mobilizing collective effort.
THE REWARD FOR GOOD PANDEMIC LEADERSHIP: LESSONS FROM JACINDA ARDERN’S NEW ZEALAND REELECTIONLGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 24, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
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