by Julianne Hing on August 4 2010, 3:56PM
And there are still four months to go until Election Day.
by Kai Wright on August 2 2010, 10:20PM
As usual, Republicans are ready and willing to debate core values.
by Jamilah King on July 26 2010, 4:28PM
Dem leaders want him to cut a deal before things get really ugly, but some say it’s time to exit stage left.
by Jorge Rivas on July 19 2010, 3:30PM
As debate over the resolution continues, NAACP blogs out proof of its need.
by Jamilah King on July 16 2010, 2:50PM
We didn’t need more confirmation of this but here it is.
by Julianne Hing on July 15 2010, 6:08PM
New numbers released today by Rocky Mountain Poll show that Arizona Gov Jan Brewer’s anti-immigrant tactics are paying off for her across the state. In a poll the company conducted of 524 voters in the week before July 11, Brewer’s…
by Jamilah King on June 17 2010, 1:17PM
Meg Whitman wants you to know that she loves brown people. In her first spanish language ad set to run today during the World Cup match between Mexico and France, Whitman’s described as ” the Republican who opposed the Arizona…
by Jamilah King on June 11 2010, 7:28PM
The latest Census figures show that the country’s white population could become a minority as soon as…next year. No big news, right? We’ve been that hearing for years. But these latest numbers show that massive geographic shifts are taking place…
by Jamilah King on June 11 2010, 5:25PM
The political soap opera of South Carolina politics continues to get uglier. On Tuesday a virtually unknown, unemployed army vet named Alvin Greene won the state’s Democratic nod for Senate without bothering to run a campaign or throw up a…
by Jamilah King on June 10 2010, 4:23PM
Do Indian American politicians represent a new “third way” in the South’s often murky political landscape? That’s the question that’s on some people’s minds this week after conservative Nikki Haley inched toward the Republican nomination for governor of South Carolina…
by Jamilah King on June 9 2010, 7:13PM
California Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman is rich. Really rich. And even though California voters haven’t exactly been kind to candidates who use their millions (or, in Whitman’s case, billions) to run for office, the former ebay CEO hasn’t been…
by Michelle Chen on June 7 2010, 12:02PM
Besieged by media attacks and riven by internal conflicts, Muslim American communities have been wrestling with an identity crisis for years now. The latest slew of “homegrown terrorism” allegations has prompted the Obama administration to show that it’s at least…
by Daisy Hernandez on June 4 2010, 11:50AM
At this time next year we might have one Black elected official in state office: Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick. He’s got a double-digit lead at the moment. The reality check comes courtesy of The Washington Post’s Perry Bacon Jr. who…