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Coates explains that he took issue with Hillary Clinton's connections to Wall Street as well as her past involvement with criminal justice reform that has disproportionately hurt Black Americans.

  Democrats may not have as much support at the polls as they anticipated in this midterm election because the state of Georgia has misplaced…

  Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown won the state’s Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday, defeating two challengers in a race marked by personal attacks and a debate about the legacy of potential presidential candidate Martin O’Malley, who has governed the state for the past eight years. Read More

  Marylanders are voting Tuesday to nominate candidates for governor, attorney general and a host of state and local offices, bringing to an end a contentious primary season that included heated debates over taxes, health-care and the conduct of individual candidates. Read More

In case you haven’t been keeping up with the election, President Obama has a slight edge in electoral votes which means there are no guarantees for a re-election,  it could go either way. Read the latest here

  Via Washington Post:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2012/10/25/2012-voters-the-deepest-racial-split-since-88/?hpid=z1

Samuel L. Jackson will be bringing his own unique brand of profane social commentary to the Obama campaign, starring in a ad that will tell voters to “Wake the f–k up, Vote for Obama!” The ad will be based off his video that became a youtube sensation in which he is reading Adam Mansbach’s bestselling book, […]

President Barack Obama brought it home at the DNC in Charlotte last night and fired up the nation with a reminder, that I’m sure we’ll see on T-shirts real soon, I’m no longer just the candidate, I’m the President. Watch the entire speech here and read more about the speech here.

    Things that make you go hmmmm….  Colin Powell hasn’t said why, but he’s holding back the endorsement for now.  Something tells me he’ll come along before November.

Via Black America Web Congressional Democrats vowed Thursday to combat what they view as Republican efforts to suppress votes from minorities, the elderly, and the young in next year’s elections. “We believe one of the most perverse policies that are being pursued in our states around the country are efforts to subvert Americans’ basic right […]

Via Sky Ex-Fugees star Wyclef Jean has been left off the list of approved candidates to participate in Haiti’s presidential election, Reuters reported Thursday, citing a member of the electoral board. Jean, 37, was not in compliance with legal requirements to run in the November 28 election, according to the electoral board member. Under Haitian […]