Andrew Gillum Touted As Prospective 2020 VP Nominee

He barely lost last month’s emotional, supercharged Florida gubernatorial campaign, but Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum might be staring at a serious silver lining: ... Continue Reading →

Mississippi Senator Likely To Be Reelected Even After String Of Racist Revelations

Republican Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith has been exposed for reveling in memorabilia from the slavery-era confederacy; attending a segregated school and, years later, ... Continue Reading →

ITS AN UPSET: Rep. Karen Handel Concedes; Lucy McBath, Mother Of Slain Jax Teenager Jordan Davis, Poised To Become First African-American To Hold 6th District Seat In Georgia

In a stunning upset, Republican Rep. Karen Handel has conceded defeat in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. “After carefully reviewing all of the election ... Continue Reading →

Stacey Abrams Trails Slightly In Georgia Race Rife With Voter Suppression Accusations: Runoff May Be Coming

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams trails Republican Brian Kemp by about 75,000 votes out of nearly 4 million total votes cast. In a speech last night, ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Say ‘Checkmate’, Reassume Control Of The House Of Representatives In Stunning Wave Election

In a stunning rebuke to President Trump and his Republican followers in Congress, Democrats nationwide sent incumbents and would-be GOP officeholders packing, rolling along in ... Continue Reading →

Amendment 4 PASSES: More Than 1.4 Million Ex-Felons Regain Voting Rights In Florida Immediately; Amendment Poised To Be Game Changer In 2019 AND 2020 Elections

It took over 150 years but Florida voters have put to rest a disgraced vestige of the state’s ugly slavery history: Florida’s ban on ex-felons being allowed to vote ... Continue Reading →

History DEFERRED: Andrew Gillum Falls Short In Quest To Become Florida’s First Black Governor, But Promises To “Keep Fighting”

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum fell short in his bid to become the first-ever African-American governor of Florida. Although Gillum, a Democrat, lead much of the early vote ... Continue Reading →

Rae Carruth Leaves Prison After Nearly 20 Years: Former NFL Star Was Convicted In Ex-Girlfriend’s Murder

Former NFL star Rae Carruth walked out of confinement a free man this morning. A waiting SUV rushed the athlete away from waiting news crews from several media outlets who were ... Continue Reading →

Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Doesn’t Buy London Stadium After All, But Fans Still Fear Team Could Leave Town

News that Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan had agreed to purchase the storied Wembley Stadium in London, England instantly worried football fans in Jacksonville, who believed ... Continue Reading →

Some Bernie Sanders Staffers From 2016 Campaign May Be Looking To Jump To Younger 2020 Candidates: report

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders may be gearing up for another run at winning the White House, according to political observers. But if he decided to take the plunge, he may ... Continue Reading →

First Lady Melania Trump’s Rep Calls For Boycott of T.I.’s Music After Rapper Features Provocative Video Scene With Melania Lookalike

First Lady Melania Trump was not amused when word hit the curb that Atlanta rap mogul T.I. featured a woman who looks a lot like her, even wearing a version of Melania’s ... Continue Reading →

Mia Love, The Only Black Republican Woman In Congress, Staring At Defeat In Utah As Democrat Opponent Pulls Even In Poll

Republican Utah Congresswoman Mia Love may find herself unseated next month when the midterm votes are counted. That’s because her Democratic opponent, Democratic Salt Lake ... Continue Reading →

Mother Of Jordan Davis–The Teenager Shot Dead Over “Loud Music” In Jacksonville In 2012–Campaigning To Win Georgia Congressional Seat

Lucy McBath is keeping it close in the polls as she tries to unseat Republican Karen Handel in Georgia’s heavily-Republican 6th Congressional District, which Handel won ... Continue Reading →

Georgia Secretary Of State–Who Is Running For Governor–Accused Of Suppressing More Than 30,000 Black Voters

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office has flagged 53,000 voters on the state’s voting rolls–and 70% of those voters are Black, leading to accusations ... Continue Reading →

Polls Show Majority Voter Support For Amendment 4, Which Would Restore Felon Voting Rights In Florida

Recent polls have shown about 70% voter support for Amendment 4, the option on the 2018 Florida ballot that aims to restore voting rights to the nearly 1.7 million people in the ... Continue Reading →