Voters

A three-judge panel in San Antonio ruled that Republicans in Texas racially gerrymandered congressional districts.

Throughout the 2016 election coverage and campaigning, we saw just how dangerous things could turn when Donald Trump supporters and Hillary Clinton supporters were all in the same place. While casting their ballot at a Michigan poll site, things got crazy between a few voters. A video making it’s rounds on the internet shows a […]

A Gambian model, who has gained notoriety for her rich, dark skin tone, came under attack on social media after a follower accused her of being a White woman in blackface.

A local North Carolina GOP office was firebombed and destroyed on Sunday.

  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

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Roland Martin talks with Andrea Gillespie, assistant professor of political science at Emory University, about the high black voter turnout in the 2012 re-election of…

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