Republican leaders and voting rights activists are fighting over access to the polls.
Polls show that African American millennials are not enthusiastic about this year’s election.
The former New York City mayor hit the Sunday political-show circuit once again to defend Donald Trump.
During a recent campaign event, the Indiana governor noted that there was “vigorous” voter fraud investigation in his state.
The super PAC is focusing on personal contact with voters, funding grass-roots groups to knock on doors rather than buying up radio and television airtime.
The endorsements aren’t likely to sit well with Rep. Loretta Harris (D-Calif.), who has said that party leaders should remain neutral in the Senate race.
Activists say much of the government actions that affect people’s everyday lives happen at the local and state levels.
With only six weeks before Election Day, Sanchez is struggling to close the gap with Harris.
To engage women of color and low-income women, candidates must address overlapping issues, activists say.
Black women seem motivated to vote in November, but they are worried about the lack of enthusiasm within the larger black community.