This week on the Reckon Interview, we’re talking about what comes next?
Reefer Madness: Mississippi has two medical marijuana questions on the ballot. How are they different?
Mississippi voters face two choices to legalize medical marijuana for certain patients this November. Officially, these measures — both of which will appear on ballots — are called Initiative 65 and Alternative 65A. How medical marijuana ended up on Mississippi’s ballot Just 26 states have the option of allowing ballot [...]
For the 2020 presidential election, younger voters trend blue even in deeply red states like Alabama and Mississippi, according to a new survey. The new data on candidate preferences come from SurveyMonkey-Tableau, in partnership with news website Axios and could spell trouble in the future for the Republican Party, showing [...]
PENSACOLA, Fla. — Lillian Ekiss, a 19-year-old first-time voter, waited over an hour and a half to cast her ballot at Pensacola State College on the first day of early voting in the Sunshine State. She is eager to see big changes on a variety of social justice issues that [...]
Lilly Ledbetter knows what it’s like to lose a Supreme Court case and to keep fighting. She shares her experience with Reckon and her concerns about the 2020 election and confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett.
The Supreme Court has the power to expand our definition of civil rights. Or to limit it.
This week on the Reckon Interview, we’re examining “the Doug Jones Effect.”
When votes aren’t counted, the voter’s voice is silenced. This is why organizations like Black Voters Matter are continuing a long-standing Southern tradition of doing the groundwork to increase Black voter registration. The organization started in 2016 in Selma, Ala., the stomping grounds for many civil rights giants like John Lewis. The group has since expanded its footprint [...]
This week on the Reckon Interview, we’re examining “the Doug Jones effect.”
The Republican Party is changing, how do conservatives navigate the changes?