October 18, 2016 -
A new report highlights how the fastest-growing racial demographic in a politically divided state could hold the key to victory in 2016.
October 14, 2016 -
All year, reports have said voters from Latino, Asian American and other immigrant communities have been galvanized to stand against the anti-immigrant rhetoric that has dominated the 2016 election. But the critical question as Election Day approaches is: will they vote?
September 22, 2016 -
At the same time Hillary Clinton is making political history with her presidential run, women — and especially women of color — remain dramatically underrepresented among North Carolina's county commissioners. In fact, 42 of the state's 100 counties have no women commissioners at all, a Facing South analysis finds.
September 9, 2016 -
A Facing South analysis of North Carolina's county commissions finds that there are no Latino or Asian-American commissioners in the entire state, while African-American representation lags in many counties.
August 28, 2016 -
This two-part report delves into anti-refugee backlash in the South and features refugees in the region who are speaking up in the 2016 election.
August 23, 2016 -
In the face of growing anti-refugee backlash, refugees are elevating their voices in the community and at the ballot box.
August 12, 2016 -
Already a prominent issue in the presidential race, the question of refugee resettlement has become a campaign talking point in state and local elections across the U.S. South.