BLACK VOTERS TURN GEORGIA BLUE: Warnock & Ossoff To Prevail; Senate Control Will Swing To Democrats

With a massive electoral turnout, Black voters led the way as Georgia–a former slave state, birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr., and home of some of the most brutal acts ... Continue Reading →

Retired 4 Star General Set To Become First Black Defense Secretary In U.S. History

A highly decorated 4 star general is set to make history as the first Black Defense Secretary in U.S. history, according to reports. President-elect Joe Biden is soon expected ... Continue Reading →

Its Up To Black Voters To Defeat Trump, Republicans: Editorial

With one day to go until voting in the high stakes 2020 election is a wrap, Black voters–as the true but often overlooked base of the Democratic Party–will be counted ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Hope Their Voters Keep Turning Out In High Numbers In Florida As Election Nears

Democrats are hoping their voters continue to show up for early voting and return their absentee ballots at a high rate in order to fend off what is expected to be a surge of Republicans ... Continue Reading →

Michael Bloomberg To Spend Millions To Help Florida Felons Pay Fines So They Can Vote

With 6 weeks to go until Election Day, and barely a month after Florida Republicans succeeded through the federal courts in preventing hundreds of thousands of the state’s ... Continue Reading →

State Rep. Clovis Watson, Jr. Unseats Longtime Incumbent; Set To Become First Black Sheriff In Alachua County History

Democratic state Representative Clovis Watson, Jr., has made history: After ousting longtime Alachua county Sheriff Sadie Darnell by nearly 20% of the total vote in the county’s ... Continue Reading →

Herman Cain DEAD At 74: Former Republican Presidential Candidate Criticized Mask Mandates, Contracted Coronavirus Days After Attending Trump Rally

Businessman and former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has died. Cain was hospitalized July 1 after testing positive for the deadly coronavirus just two days earlier ... Continue Reading →

State Elections Officials In Georgia Shift Blame To Local Officials After Election Turns Into A HOT MESS

Lines that stretched for blocks. Smoldering Heat. Humidity. Rain. Mosquitoes. Thirst. Voting machines that malfunctioned, or didn’t work at all. Yesterday’s primary ... Continue Reading →

If Passed Over By Biden, Val Demings Could Challenge Republican Rubio In Florida Senate Race In 2022

Congresswoman Val Demings is reported to be under serious consideration to join Joe Biden on the Democratic presidential ticket to seek to unseat President Donald Trump, whose ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Hopes Black South Carolina Voters Will Save His Campaign

What a difference a year makes. This time last year, voters were still waiting for former Vice President Joe Biden to announce whether he would or would not run for president ... Continue Reading →

National Poll Shows Bernie Sanders Way Ahead In Democratic Race; Former Front-runner Joe Biden Falls To Distant 2nd; Mike Bloomberg Rising In 3rd Place

Vermont Senator and self-described Democratic socialist Bernie Sanders has an imposing lead in the race to become the party’s nominee to face President Donald Trump in November. With ... Continue Reading →

Michael Bloomberg Considering Hillary Clinton As His VP Running Mate

Former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg ain’t playin’ no games. With deep pockets, a national network of surrogates and plenty of rank and file folks ready to go all ... Continue Reading →

With Biden’s Campaign Wobbling, Are Influential Black Democrats Preparing To Overlook ‘Stop And Frisk’–And Go With Bloomberg?

With longtime Democratic frontrunner and former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign wobbling precariously, national Black Democrats may be gearing up to jump ship and turn ... Continue Reading →

A Hot Election Mess: Candidates Still Waiting To Find Out Who Won After ‘Inconsistencies’ In Iowa

There’s no clear winner in the widely anticipated Iowa Democratic Caucus, according to media reports, although South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg seemed to declare himself the ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Brace For Unexpected Results From Today’s Iowa Caucus

Democratic presidential candidates are sprinting to the finish line in Iowa’s caucus primary, set for today. Voters across the state will now have the chance to decide who ... Continue Reading →