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2020 Presidential Election

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Eater’s Guide to Inauguration Day 2021 in D.C.

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As Extremists Promise Armed Marches, D.C. Closes Indoor Dining Through Inauguration

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A D.C. Italian Restaurant That Goes Gaga for Kamala Harris Got a Visit From the VP-Elect

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With Joe Biden in Office, D.C. Could See a Rise in Thanksgiving Sandwiches

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LA Champagne Sales Soar as Biden Announces Presidential Campaign Victory

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Chicago Celebrates Election Results With Malört Shots Outside Trump Tower

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On Election Day, Montrose Icon Buddy’s Was the First LGBTQ Bar in Texas to Serve as a Polling Place

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How New Orleans Restaurants Are Supporting Voting Efforts on Election Day 2020

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On Election Day, Chicago’s Restaurant Community Works to Attract Voters

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Austin’s Finest Comfort Food for Election Day

I’m Easing My Election Day Anxiety With American Cheese and Beef Fat

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These Atlanta Restaurants Are Closed on Election Day or Providing Food at the Polls

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26 Election Day Food and Drink Specials in Chicago

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Seven Restaurants Offering Election Day Deals Across Las Vegas

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Detroit Restaurants Support Poll Workers, Voters on Election Day

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What to Eat on Election Day in NYC

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How Austin Restaurants Are Supporting Voting Efforts Ahead of Election Day 2020

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Culinary Union Members Canvass the Streets of Las Vegas, Hoping to Deliver a Nevada Win for Biden

More than 400 culinary union members have canvassed daily since August 1

Does Free Food (and Other Election Festivities) Increase Voter Turnout?

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The Race to Feed Voters at the Polls

Voting is often a long, frustrating, and hungry process. What if it didn’t have to be?

Fighting Voter Suppression in Hog Country, North Carolina

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Red Chains, Blue Chains

Which politicians are America’s largest fast food chains donating to?

With High-Stakes Election Imminent, Some Restaurants Are Giving Time Off for Voting

It’s a long overdue move, but companies like &pizza and Sweetgreen are leading the way in helping workers get to the polls

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These D.C. Restaurants Are Supporting Voting Efforts Ahead of Election Day 

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These Atlanta Restaurants Want to Help Get Out the Vote This November

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This D.C. Restaurant Is Selling $7.50 Tapas as a Dig at Trump’s Taxes

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Philly Restaurants Contribute to Election Day Efforts by Feeding Poll Workers  

In Open Letter Endorsing Biden, Restaurant Owners Say Donald Trump Has Failed the Industry

Where Does Joe Biden Stand on Climate and Agriculture?

The Democratic presidential candidate supports a zero-emissions goal for ag and wants to incentivize carbon markets, but his platform makes no mention of animal agriculture or organic farming

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Kamala Harris Brings Food Justice to the Democratic Ticket

As vice president, experts say Harris would be able to advance her years-long focus on hunger, worker protections, and environmental justice

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Author and Activist Cornel West and Actor Danny Glover Stop by Yum Village Today

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Joe Biden Visits Fried Chicken Restaurant, Eats Late-Night Whataburger in Dallas

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