Election 2012

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: huffingtonpost.com NEW YORK — Mitt Romney lost the youth vote by a huge margin, and with it, he lost the presidency. Sixty percent of young voters who cast ballots chose to reelect President Barack Obama, against the 36 percent who voted for Mitt Romney. That’s a six point slide in youth support for […]

As election season comes to an end, it’s time to shift the dialogue happening around our country. It’s time to begin a dialogue about moving forward. What does the next decade look like for our country and how do we begin to take steps to change the national dialogue? Four years ago, we found our […]

Here are the latest results in the METRO Referendum on Street Improvement Mobility Program. The continued dedication of up to 25 percent of METRO’s sales…

Voting is something you must do! It is not a choice. It is a responsibility. With the development of popular government comes the duty of…

With the presidential election happening in just four days, the battleground state of Ohio is once again a major piece of the election puzzle. Already…

While the vote for president is arguably the most important issue on the 2012 ballot, voters nationwide will decide on a number of other important…

If you thought the “Saturday Night Live” parody of the vice-presidential debate between Vice-President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan was hilarious, then the spoof…

A single shot was fired through a large window at the Obama campaign field office in Denver, Colorado, reports the Denver Post. Three people were…

The 2012 Presidential debate schedule has been set. President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will debate three times ahead of the November election, focusing on…

In a desperate attempt to get traction for their flailing candidate Mitt Romney, a conservative website resurfaced a five-year-old video of President Barack Obama praising…

In one of the more high-profile cases of voter suppression ahead of the November presidential elections, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge has issued an injunction…