elections

Roland Martin talks about the issues across the ballot box in light of the Ohio ban on marijuana, a bill that would cost $21 million and…

Fiorina isn't immune to critique from last night's performance, but it's very likely that her approval ratings will go up from the second GOP debate.

Here’s a special message from your community leaders about why we need your support and participation during the upcoming elections.

  (UNIDENTIFIED)(AP)–Voters across the country face ballot measures Tuesday ranging from whether to approve seven casinos in New York to the fate of Houston‘s iconic…

Events

“Get Out The Vote” and “Roll to the Polls” Sponsored by the Missouri City NAACP branch There are more than 35,000 registered voters out of 68,000 residents in Missouri City.  In the past, less than 4,500 of those registered voters have participated in the local elections for Missouri City.   The right to vote was a […]

Taneshia Hudspeth, Elections Administrator with the Harris County Clerk’s Office answers questions for listeners regarding the voting process in Harris County for the upcoming Election 2012. Click below to listen or continue reading below! On the dead voters letters: Nothing will take place as far as moving them from the voting roll for November’s election, […]

via: truethevote.org Let’s take a look at some “big” elections that came down to a small handful of votes. The Minnesota race for Senate in 2008, for instance, was infamously close. When Election Day was done that November, challenging candidate, Democrat Al Franken, had “lost” to incumbent Republican Senator Norm Coleman by only 215 votes. […]

(CNN) — Here are some of the most quotable sound bites from the Sunday morning shows: On what the election results mean: “I do think that many voters still remember being disappointed by Republican majorities. And I think this has not been a huge embrace of the Republican Party or the Republican brand. But it […]

From MSNBC: WASHINGTON – President Obama is reconstituting the team that helped him win the White House to counter Republican challenges in the midterm elections and recalibrate after political setbacks that have narrowed his legislative ambitions.