Wes Moore's inauguration gave him the distinction of being Maryland's first Black governor, the only sitting Black governor and just the third Black person ever elected governor in the U.S. The post In Maryland, Wes Moore Is Sworn In As America’s Only Black Governor appeared first on NewsOne.
After countless days, we finally have a winner. Sen. Raphael Warnock rises to the top of the re-elections over Republican Herschel Walker. With a close run-off, Warnock was able to obtain 50% of the votes in the state of Georgia. With the news breaking, this will add a 51st-seat majority in the Senate. https://twitter.com/ajc/status/1600330549712805888 More […]
Countless voters wouldn’t have been able to vote if Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr had their way. The post Long Lines During Only Weekend Of Early Voting In Georgia Runoff Election appeared first on NewsOne.
All eyes are on Warnock and Walker in the upcoming weeks as another Georgia Senate runoff could help change the landscape of the U.S Senate. The post How The Georgia Senate Runoff Works As Republicans Cause Confusion appeared first on NewsOne.
Throughout his congressional run, the 25-year-old Democrat has focused his campaign on the issue of gun violence and crime on Florida's streets. The post Who Is Maxwell Frost? The First Gen Z Member Of Congress appeared first on NewsOne.
History has been made tonight in Maryland! Democratic candidate Wes Moore has been elected as the state’s first black governor, according to a race call by The Associated Press. Moore is only the third black governor elected in the country. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTo0WnJHFz4 Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking […] The post Democratic Candidate Wes Moore Makes History In Maryland After Being Elected As State’s First Black Governor appeared first on 92 Q.
Removing Cross from the airwaves effectively denies Black strategists and organizers a platform to discuss the issues and concerns of Black voters ahead of the midterm elections. The post MSNBC’s Abrupt Cancellation of ‘The Cross Connection’ Is A Blow To Black Voters And Democracy appeared first on NewsOne.
Among the key voting bloc, reproductive rights, gun violence and climate change were other issues weighing heavy on voters' minds as they gear up to cast their ballots, a new poll found. The post Black Women Voters Are ‘Extremely Worried’ About Inflation, New Poll Reveals appeared first on NewsOne.
SIGN UP FOR THE SPIRIT 1340 NEWSLETTER