Uncertainty Follows Judge’s Ruling Striking Down Obamacare

After a federal judge in Texas ruled Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act (ACA)–the nation’s health law that was passed by a Democratic-controlled Congress and President ... Continue Reading →

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 →

Marcia Fudge Campaigning To Become First African-American Speaker Of The House?

Democratic Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge is in the news because, reportedly, she is considering launching a bid to become the nation’s first-ever African-American Speaker Of The ... 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 →

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 →

Oprah Campaigns For Stacey Abrams In Georgia

Media titan Oprah Winfrey came through Georgia on Thursday to campaign for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams, who is seeking to become the nation’s first African ... Continue Reading →

Oprah To Campaign Door-To-Door For Stacey Abrams

Democratic Georgia gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams is running a tough campaign against Republican Brian Kemp and she just got a huge co-sign from a big-time name: Billionaire ... Continue Reading →

Reminder: Vote YES On Amendment 4

Early voting is now underway in Florida. Voters are heading to the polls to cast ballots in local, state, and federal races. Floridians also have a number of amendments to consider ... Continue Reading →

Andrew Gillum Calls Out Ron DeSantis On Racist Comment: ” ‘Monkey Up’ Comment Said It All”

Yesterday, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum came with his game face on, and took on Republican nominee Ron DeSantis for using racist tactics in the campaign. “The ... 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 →

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 →

State Lawmaker Snatches Mic Away From Female Opponent, Then Throws It Back In Front Of Her, Sparking Outrage

A Republican state lawmaker running for reelection in Minnesota should have had a V8 or found a chill place during a public debate recently. That’s because he was caught ... Continue Reading →