Democrats Counting On Women, Minorities and Progressive Whites To Turn Up At The Polls–And Make History–After Kavanaugh Confirmation

In the aftermath of the shocking confirmation of now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats are licking wounds, but also preparing for electoral warfare. The 2018 midterms ... Continue Reading →

Andrew Gillum And Chris King To Kick Off Campaign In Orlando

Yesterday, Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum stunned a lot of political watchers when he declined to choose former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham as his running mate and ... Continue Reading →

Mary Norwood Concedes In ATL Mayoral Election, Doesn’t Congratulate Keisha Lance-Bottoms

It took more than two weeks, but Atlanta mayoral candidate Mary Norwood–who was seeking to become the city’s first White mayor since 1973–has finally conceded. Norwood ... Continue Reading →

Residents Of Recently Formed Georgia City Diss City’s Unpopular New Name

More than 200 residents of the city formerly known as South Fulton turned out in angry droves at a City Council meeting tonight to express their disgust with the Council’s decision ... Continue Reading →

Doug Jones Scores Win In Alabama, Earns 97% Support From Black Female Voters

Democrat Doug Jones vanquished away Republican former judge Roy Moore in tonight’s closely watched special election in Alabama. The race titled against Jones for much of the ... Continue Reading →

Keisha Lance-Bottoms Lead GROWS In Atlanta Mayoral Runoff, But Norwood Is Still Talking About A “Recount”

Defeated Atlanta mayoral candidate Mary Norwood is not going away quietly into the night. The accused Republican and Trump supporter lost the race to be Atlanta’s next mayor ... Continue Reading →

ATL Mayoral Race In Dead Heat As Race Gets Ugly In Final Stretch

The race to become Atlanta’s next mayor is a dead heat between two female city leaders, according to a FOX 5 News poll which shows Keisha Lance Bottoms with a minor edge at ... Continue Reading →

Controversial Former Alabama Judge and Senate Candidate Roy Moore Battles Molestation Accusations

Controversial Senate candidate Roy Moore is in the hot seat. That’s because several women are claiming the former jurist made sexual advances toward them when they were young; ... Continue Reading →

38 Year Old Becomes 1st Black Lt. Governor of Virginia

A 38 year old attorney has won election as the state of Virginia’s first African American Lt. Governor. Justin Fairfax, a former federal prosecutor, defeated Republican Jill ... Continue Reading →

Jacksonville State Attorney Denies Her Office Is Unfair To Blacks

Duval County State Attorney Angela Corey is in a tight reelection fight that a recent poll suggests she may be losing. At this juncture, Corey’s main opponent, former Assistant ... Continue Reading →