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Kendall Trammell

Kendall is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia. She has interned with CNN, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Voice of America. She was also a senior reporter at the university’s student newspaper, The Red & Black. This month, she will begin working as a shareable content specialist with Rare.us. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.


Votantes dominicanos ilustran la complejidad del voto latino después de la reconfiguración de las líneas del distrito en el 2012. Es un reto para estos votantes mirar más allá del vínculo común de ser dominicano en Nueva York.

Guillermo Linares, un candidato demócrata, sabe que necesita más que los votos de la comunidad latina para poder ganar el distrito congresional 13 de Nueva York.

Despite the New York Police Department’s effort to crack down on off-road motorcycle riding, the appeal of riding a dirt bike through city streets hasn’t diminished for some residents.

Dominican voters illustrate the complexity of the Latino vote in the wake of the redrawing of district lines in 2012. It’s a challenge for these voters to look beyond the common bond of being Dominican in New York City.

Guillermo Linares, a Democratic candidate running to represent New York’s 13th Congressional District, knows how to run a campaign when there are two Dominicans vying for the same seat. In 1991, Mr. Linares won the election for a seat on the New York City Council by defeating Adriano Espaillat and became the first Dominican-born official […]