Dylan Sellers, the National HBCU Manager of the Campus Vote Project, says historically Black colleges and universities have the power to swing elections and that’s the main reason why they are always under attack.
Not only is Donald Trump a walking political disaster, but his actions are also disrupting personal lives––according to at least one woman.
Americans woke up to the surprising outcome of the “Brexit” vote, resulting in the United Kingdom’s decision to withdraw membership from the European Union. The people of Britain voted in a referendum in which they decided between remaining in the EU or leaving. The country was deeply divided about the decision, but the secessionists won by less than […]
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has again come under fire only a few hours into Election Day. After losing thousands of voter registration records, the Republican official is in the spotlight again. Ohio strictly uses electronic voting booths. According to Mashable.com Husted ordered the installation of a software “patch” in almost half of the […]
Back in April, I asked rhetorically why Florida Senate candidate Kendrick Meek had earned so little respect from analysts and pundits. I was thinking mostly of the one-on-one general election contest then looming between Democrat Meek and likely Republican nominee Marco Rubio.
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