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The Supreme Court upheld absentee ballot extensions in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, giving voters in those states time for their ballots to arrive after Election Day. These decisions will likely allow thousands of late-arriving ballots to be counted in two critical battleground states. These decisions also come less than a week after the Supreme Court decided to block a six-day ballot receipt extension in Wisconsin. Visit The Guardian to learn more. 

While Democrats are expected to win a majority of the Latino vote this year, many Latino men are supporting President Trump, which could make the difference in swing states like Arizona and Florida. The Trump administration’s record and messaging on pre-COVID unemployment for Latinos, law and order, religion, and abortion appeals to many Latino men. Latino support for the Republican Party is not new, it is the result of decades of Republican efforts to court Latino voters dating back to the 1950s and 1960s.Visit