Tag Archives: 2020 elections

A Contested Election: 5 Essential Reads

All that sets up a country for a disputed presidential election is recounts and court battles in key states and a nation left wondering both who will lead it and whether they should have faith in the election’s integrity.

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Amid Pandemic, Campaigning Turns to the Internet

Although it may seem an unprecedented campaign season that the candidates were ill-equipped for, the truth is that digital campaigning has been well-honed over six election seasons. They just need to do more online than they had planned for.

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2020 Campaign: The More Women Run, The More They’re Treated Like Candidates

Aware of their symbolic status, women feel extra pressure to perform and “prove their competence” while simultaneously trying not to make the men “look bad” and “blend noticeably into the predominant male culture.”

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