Black Voters Make A Variety Of Choices On Mayors and Ballot Issues In Major Cities

In Atlanta candidates are headed to a runoff, while in New York, Detroit and Cleveland, the choice was clear and in Pittsburgh, history was made.

How NY Attorney General Letitia James’ Expected Gubernatorial Run Announcement Changes The Political Field

Her rise in the political universe could make her the first Black woman to win the position in U.S. history, but the path ahead still has challenges.

Pittsburgh Primary Upset Poises Town To Have First Black Mayor

Ed Gainey defeated incumbent Bill Peduto.

Black Republican Announces Candidacy To Challenge Rev. Raphael Warnock in 2022 U.S. Senate Race

Kelvin King is one of many Republicans who want the seat.

Decision Made In Georgia State Rep. Park Cannon Arrest Amid Anger Over New Election Law

The legislator had faced a felony charge.

Georgia’s Republican Senators Introduce Legislation To Block Certain Votes

The measures are an apparent response to Republican losses.

Black Twitter Celebrates American Hero Stacey Abrams

“Congratulations to our next US Senator, [Raphael Warnock]”

How Stacey Abrams Courageously Dismantled Republican Voter Suppression Tactics to Flip Georgia Blue

The voting rights advocate made her loss a major victory.

Georgia Election Runoff: Live Coverage Of The Crucial Vote

Four candidates compete to see who will be U.S. Senators.