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The Houston Area Urban League GUILD, The Alpha Nu Omega Alumni Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. and The Houston area chapters of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. have jointly scheduled a class for individuals to get deputized for Voters registration on July 27, 2016 at 6pm at the Houston Area Urban League office […]

  We are driven and determined to let the nation know the importance of voicing your opinion through your vote!  The People’s Station presented the #MyVoteMyVision Mayoral Forum on October 5th, 2015, at the Sawyer Auditorium on the Texas Southern University campus.  The Majic 102.1 crew was here, assisting with the Q & A panel and […]

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Election day is Tuesday November 4th, 2014  and if you didn’t vote during the early election period, then click the link and check out some of the reasons you should head to the Polls on Tuesday.  Click here for More.

In order to vote in person, registered voters must present themselves at the polls with a valid form of photo identification. Harris County has 2…

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The Department of Justice plans on suing the state of North Carolina over voter ID law and voting restrictions.  Click here for the full story.

Tonight marks the final debate of the 2012 Presidential Election season. With each party claiming victory in the previous debates, this debate should be a no-holds-barred slobber knocker for all the marbles, or in this case, undecided voters. The good folks at CNN have compiled a list of things to watch for in tonight’s debate, […]

Go ‘head, Tea Party people. You bad. At least some seem to think so, if this recent report by Demos and Common Cause is any indication. According to the study, “Bullies at the Ballot Box: Protecting the Freedom to Vote from Wrongful Challenges and Intimidation,”  True the Vote and other Tea Party groups are apparently […]

via: news92fm.com A controversial new Texas law which requires voters to present personal identification before going to the polls, has been blocked by the Obama administration. On Monday, the Justice Department sent a letter to state officials, stating that the law could be seen as discriminatory against Hispanics and other minorities. Read More