VOTING

A Poet Goes Political

How many Oxford-educated poets decide to make a political play in the former murder capital of America? Precisely one.

When the Confederacy Helped Launch Vote-By-Mail

The original vote-by-mail kerfuffle was over whether soldiers should be disenfranchised.

Undecided, With Just a Week to Go

We chat with undecided voters about how they’re thinking about the presidential race.

A Forgotten Election Day Massacre in Florida That Still Haunts Today

The Ocoee massacre remains the worst incident of election violence in U.

OZY TV

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.

Dem Fear in Ohio: Repeat of 2016 Blunder With Black Voters

Ohio could be the death knell for Trump … but only if Democrats can turn out Black voters.

A Blue Texas Runs Through This Valley

If Beto had performed here as well as Hillary did, Texas might already be blue.

Meet the Leading Lady of Vote-by-Mail

Amber McReynolds, a hard-charging single mom of two, is offering a solution to pandemic-addled election systems.

What the Youth Vote Actually Looks Like

In a US presidential election that will be won at the margins, neither candidate can afford to ignore the youth vote.

The Soulful Singer Making Sure Black Voters Matter

LaTosha Brown of Black Voters Matter is building a national movement while pitching a “radical reimagining” of America.

The Case That Defended the Homeless Vote

Because of this case, people who are experiencing homelessness are allowed to cast a ballot.

OZY PODCAST

When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

How Voter ID Could Be Suppressing the Trans Vote

The number of trans voters affected has more than doubled since the last presidential election.

Think Election Problems Are Behind Us? Think Again

A law passed by Republicans to disenfranchise college students could inadvertently wreak havoc on the Democratic nomination process.

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