Adrianne Shropshire addresses why it's important to be engaged in this election cycle.
Falling the day after Democracy Day, National Black Voter Day recognizes the power and importance of Black voters.
We’ve got plenty of progress to celebrate today – and a clearer path forward for future generations.
The Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding is running for Illinois' 1st Congressional District in a seat set to be made vacant by longtime U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush's upcoming retirement. The pastor, educator and freedom fighter tells NewsOne more about her political platform.
Rep. Tommy Benton, a Republican Georgia lawmaker who has defended the KKK and the institution of slavery, has announced that he will not be seeking re-election into the state legislature next year.
Meanwhile, Sen. Raphael Warnock remains focused on making good on his promises to all Georgians.
Switching districts set McBath up to primary freshman legislator Carolyn Bordeaux who currently represents the 7th Congressional District. In a statement posted to Twitter, McBath did not mention her colleague opting instead to frame her run for the 7th Congressional District as a part of a promise made to her son Jordan who was murdered in late 2012.
After already breaking barriers as both the first woman and Black person to be elected as New York State Attorney General, political powerhouse Letitia "Tish" James is continuing her rise in the Democratic ranks by officially running for governor.
The 67-year-old politician was named as a potential vice-presidential running mate to President Biden during the 2020 elections. Now Bass' name is being mentioned as a part of the field competing for a chance to replace the city's current mayor, Eric Garcetti, who is term-limited.
Georgia's governor recently made his case for a second term in a sit-down with the Associated Press, but his record reveals major failures in putting Georgians first in the past year alone.
Marco Rubio immediately lashed out at Val Demings in apparent fear after the Democratic Congresswoman formally announced that she's coming for the Florida Republican's seat in the U.S. Senate next year.
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