Stacey Abrams’ historic campaign for Georgia governor galvanized the country and Black women.
Election day 2018 is finally here. Will the country decide to continue on the path it is going, or will it decide to change course?
A White Nationalist group is using Oprah Winfrey's voice to deter votes for Georgia gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams.
Polls show that Abrams is currently in a statistical tie with GOP candidate Brian Kemp in the run-up to Tuesday's election.
“I was just sitting at home in California minding my own business, but I could not stop thinking about what's going on down here."
On the heels of Barack Obama announcing that he’ll be campaigning for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in Georgia, Oprah Winfrey is now heading to Georgia as well. According to BuzzFeed […]
Barack Obama will be supporting Stacey Abrams who is vying to become the first Black female governor in America.
Brian Kemp Voiced Concern About Georgians Actually Voting Like They're Supposed To, Leaked Audio Reveals
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is running to be governor of Georgia expressed concern over Stacey Abrams' push to increase voter turnout.
Rep. John Lewis knows all too well about the sacrifices that were made by our elders just to ensure that they could even register to vote.
Roughly 107,000 Georgia residents in otherwise good standing have been rendered ineligible to vote due to the "use it or lose it" policies.
Black senior citizens were on their way to vote early for the Georgia elections when they were ordered off the bus that was taking them.
The office of Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is running for governor in Georgia, is in charge of elections and voter registration.
Even though Georgia's population is around 32 percent black, the number of voter registrations on hold are 70 percent black.
Stacey Abrams has already made history once, and she's planning on doing it again. But will Georgia voters show their support?
Stacey Abrams Knows How Important Black Women Are In Elections, That’s Why She’s Not Taking Their Vote For Granted
If Stacey Abrams wins Georgia’s gubernatorial race this coming November, she will be the first Black woman to ever become governor in the United States. Period. But despite being a […]
When it you’re voting in the next election, think about who has your best interest at heart, who really has America’s best interest at heart and vote accordingly. The fact […]
Three groundbreaking African American gubernatorial candidates are expected for a one-of-a kind panel discussion today during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 48th annual legislative conference in the nation’s capital. Stacey […]