Politics

From the sassy style of Maxine Waters to The Obamas' dual flex, check out 8 Black politicians that know their way around a clothing closet.

We’re just a few weeks shy of the General Election in Maryland and if you haven’t registered to vote yet, there’s still time. NOTE: General Election Day in Maryland is Nov. 9.  Here’s what you need to know to become a registered voter: Must be a US citizen At least 16 years old A Maryland […] The post Here’s What You Need To Know On National Voter Registration Day! appeared first on 92 Q.

Election Day is 48 days away, but in order to participate in the democratic process and cast a ballot in what is expected to be one of the most consequential midterm elections in recent history, you have to first register to vote. Here's a step-by-step guide to prepare you for Nov. 8. The post National Voter Registration Day 2022: How To Prepare For Election Day, Step By Step appeared first on NewsOne.

Calling the permitless carry law Kemp signed "criminal carry," Team Abrams wants to send the message that the current governor is unfit to keep citizens safe. 

Black voters and Black elected officials matter until they don't.  The post DCCC Chair Wants To Take Black Colleague's Seat appeared first on NewsOne.

GOP legislators overwhelmingly voted against the federal courthouse in Tallahassee after Judge Joseph Hatchett, the first Black judge since reconstruction to win a contested statewide race in Florida, defending his seat on the Florida Supreme Court.

Black women currently have no representation in the Senate, and there has never been a Black woman governor.

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.

Now-former Democratic party deputy treasurer Barbara Goldberg Goldman stepped down following an email she wrote to party members questioning whether Maryland could successfully elect a Black candidate for governor.

As stealthy Republican lawmakers work to enact a redistricting plan that disenfranchises Black, Brown, and economically impacted people, one really starts to wonder, “What is Power?”