Mandela Barnes was defeated by GOP Sen. Ron Johnson Tuesday night in Wisconsin, sending Johnson back to the Senate for his third term. The post Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes Narrowly Defeated By GOP Sen. Ron Johnson appeared first on NewsOne.
"Our fight for the governor's mansion may have come up short, I'm pretty tall," Stacey Abrams told her campaign supporters on Election Night. The post Stacey Abrams Concedes Defeat To Brian Kemp In Georgia Gubernatorial Rematch appeared first on NewsOne.
Democrat Wes Moore won his election to become Maryland's first Black governor and just the third-ever Black governor elected in U.S. history. The post Wes Moore Wins, Becomes Maryland’s 1st Black Governor And Just 3rd Ever Black Person Elected Governor appeared first on NewsOne.
Val Demings and Marco Rubio squared off on Election Day as the two Floridians vied for the incumbent Republican's seat in the U.S. Senate. The post Val Demings Falls Short To Marco Rubio In Florida U.S. Senate Election appeared first on NewsOne.
Nearly 578,000 Black Americans have epilepsy and over 25,000 Black Americans are diagnosed with seizures or epilepsy each year. The post Understanding Epilepsy And Its Affects On Black America appeared first on NewsOne.
Hall's cross-party endorsement is reminiscent of former state Sen. Vernon Jones's dalliance with the right. The post Black Georgia Democrat Who Lost Lieutenant Governor Race Endorses Republican Ticket appeared first on NewsOne.
In a little note at the bottom of the article, the New York Times claims it didn’t include Louisiana candidates because the primary isn’t held until election day. The post New York Times List Of Black Senator Candidates Excludes Two From Louisiana appeared first on NewsOne.
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.
The View's Sunny Hostin compared white women voting Republican to "roaches voting for Raid," and conservative hypocrites got mad. The post White People Calling Sunny Hostin Racist For Likening White GOP Women To ‘Roaches’ Must Have Forgotten About Joe Rogan appeared first on NewsOne.
“This is what happens when a supermajority of Republicans gerrymander the hell out of our districts,” Odessa Kelly, a Black woman and the Democratic nominee in the 7th Congressional District, tweeted. The post Tennessee Gerrymandering And Voter Suppression Make A Mess Of Multiple State Races appeared first on NewsOne.