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Bias crimes appeared to increase in some cities following the Nov. 8 election, a trend that has extended into this year.
President Donald Trump seemingly based his "voter fraud" cry on an unsubstantiated tweet from November alleging "verified" voter fraud.
The president’s claim that 3 million to 5 million “illegals” voted has been debunked by numerous studies and mathematical improbability.
Millennials also cite feelings of disgust and fear following Trump’s victory on Election Day.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released its newest report, revealing nearly 900 incidents of harassment and hate in the 10 days following Donald Trump’s election.
The alarming spike in hate incidents mostly occurred in K-12 schools, and the most were anti-immigrant.
"To remain silent is to engage in a dangerous new permissiveness that threatens our American way."
In a survey, 15 percent of people reported they had stopped talking to a family member or close friend as a result of this divisive election.
Trump supporters have made public implications that they will engage in voter intimidation after Trump told them to watch "certain areas."
Without public transportation to the polls, the strike could have a large impact on a critical swing state, where registered Democrats largely outnumber Republicans.
Despite a series of court victories for voting rights, civil rights groups and voting rights activists remain concerned that these rulings will not be enforced on local levels.
The millennial generation's dismal view of the presidential race may discourage young voters from voting in future elections as well, analysts say.
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The level of concern and mistrust in the system during this election, especially among Republicans, is unprecedented, an expert says.
"Sometimes I forget this is a presidential debate and not an SNL (Saturday Night Live) skit #badhombres," a Twitter user commented.
Trump's hostile debate strategy may have worked against him in his attempt to win back support he's lost over the past few weeks.
A tongue-in-cheek poll found young Americans unhappy with both major party candidates but that those surveyed ultimately prefer Clinton.
Trump "would be dangerous from an international point of view," according to U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein.
In an effort to drive out the crucial Latino vote, taco truck patrons can fill out voter registration cards that require no postage when mailed.
Latinos are the fastest growing group of eligible voters. NALEO Educational Fund is helping this group take action in the upcoming election.
The rapper and businessman encouraged Black voters to “hold our vote” until a candidate prioritizes issues pertinent to the Black community.
Race — always a subtext in American politics — has moved center stage in this year’s presidential campaign. Commentary by Jesse Jackson.
Some young voters remain undecided or have pledged not to vote, making them an important target for voting activist groups.
Most Voters Blame Trump for Rise in Hatred, One Poll Finds, While Another Confirms His Supporters View Blacks Negatively
Majority of Blacks will “never” vote for Trump, and his supporters think Blacks are “lazy” and “violent.”