Stories tagged: "why i vote 2020"

Keziah Ridgeway, a Black Muslim mother of four and a high school history teacher, said Donald Trump is one of "the most openly white supremacist presidents that we've had in modern history." (Keystone Photo/Samaria Bailey)
This Muslim Mom of Four Voted Green in 2016. Not This Time. Here’s Why.

“I personally am not in love with Biden. However, unlike the last election, where my morals dictated my vote, I am going to vote Democratic this go ‘round,” she said.

Lori Goldman, talks with a voter while canvassing in Troy, Mich., Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. Goldman spends every day door knocking for Democrats in Oakland County, an affluent Detroit suburb. She feels responsible for the country’s future: Trump won Michigan in 2016 by 10,700 votes and that helped usher him into the White House. Goldman believes people like her -- suburban white women -- could deliver the country from another four years of chaos. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
‘Our House Is on Fire’: Suburban Women Lead Charge Against Trump

Michigan women across Oakland County are defying the president's assumed stereotype of their lives. Now, they're mobilizing to vote in their best interests.

Christopher Copacia votes with people from underprivileged countries in mind.
He Votes for the Struggling, the Disadvantaged and Devastated, This Election. He Says You Should Too.

Michigan resident Christopher Copacia believes voting for those in countries that need the most help.

Michigan voters who choose to wears masks can cast their ballots in Michigan-made protective gear this election.
Stay Safe at the Polls With These Locally Produced Masks

This pure Michigan swag is this year’s perfect accessory to your “I Voted” sticker. Here’s where you can get yours.

Multigenerational families in Michigan are voting together, some for the first time.
For These Michiganders, Voting Is All in the Family

Multigenerational Voters in Michigan are strengthening their bonds at the ballot box this election.

Belleville resident Shannon Otsby is passionate about her community's environment, and its people.
Michigan Woman Votes To Protect Michigan’s Natural Resources

Michigander Shannon Otsby, is all about her environment: clean air, safe water and eco-friendly cars.

Dr. Jill Biden's recent trip to Traverse City sparked an inspiration with a growing momentum behind it.
Traverse City Is Embracing the Blue Wave. What Does That Mean For Michigan?

"We've come a long way," Mayor Jim Carruthers told The 'Gander. Here's a look at a community movement building in a beloved Michigan town.