The election results are official, but for many Black voters, concerns about efforts to disenfranchise their ballots this year will linger. 

Early voting begins here in Maryland tomorrow, October 26th. Elections officials warn of long lines due to Coronavirus precautions.

The only polling that truly matters is the one that happens on November 3rd; the one that includes our actual votes.

In 2008 if you were black and living in America you knew that you had a chance to make history and change the scope of the greatest country in the world by voting for Barack Obama.  There are no historical facts that minority voters come out simply to change history but the statistics of voter […]

The local Elections Nov 6th are for major seats like Governors, Senators, Maryland Senate, Maryland House but I thought it was important to touch on Electoral because somebody asked. The list of the Electoral College is below so that you have a better understanding on how it works. Distribution of Electoral Votes Electoral votes are […]


Our Primary Election is June 26th but the voting process is beginning TODAY. This upcoming election in Maryland will allow us to see who the candidates will be in November Remember, if you don’t get out and vote, when things don’t go the way you want, you can’t say a word. When its time to […]


Today at 9pm marks the end of the Voter’s Registration for those in Maryland. If you aren’t registered when the deadline hits, you will not be able to vote in the Primary Election on June 26th. With the deadline looming, residents rushed the site to make sure they would be able to vote but was […]

Kanye gave a political speech telling Black people to stop focusing on racism and that if he'd voted, he would have voted for Donald Trump.

Donella Wilson, 107 years old, cast her first vote in the 1940s and has taken total advantage of that privilege ever since.

Fake ads that were circulating on Twitter told Clinton supporters to do just that.

Black Hollywood united to launch a Public Service Announcement urging people of color to go out and vote on November 8th.