Michelle Obama Launches Initiative to Make Voting Accessible During Pandemic

Michelle Obama Launches Initiative to Make Voting Accessible During Pandemic

The coronavirus continues to turn days longer but we still have to vote this Fall. Michelle Obama is promoting a new voting initiative, called When We All Vote, which will allow people to cast their ballots via mail-in voting, early in-person voting and online voting registration. “Americans should never have to choose between making their […]

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Thinks Voter Suppression Is Rampant

Bronx-bred freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) believes there is “rampant voter suppression” in America. She currently has a petition online to get the attention of Congress to work on eliminating the perceived issue. In the past, AOC attributed suppression to some of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) struggles in Michigan’s Democratic primary election. “Well, I think […]

EXCLUSIVE: Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Says Lauryn Hill is the Best Hip-Hop Artist Ever and She Knows How to Beat Trump in 2020

With just over a week until Super Tuesday, Democratic presidential hopefuls are doing whatever it takes to court undecided voters in an attempt to secure the party nomination (and hopefully a seat in the Oval Office). On Friday, Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard held a town hall event in Utah where she stressed non-partisanship, unity, and […]

Several Major Hip-Hop Artists Endorse Democratic Frontrunner Bernie Sanders

The second Democratic primary of the 2020 election has concluded in New Hampshire and unlike Iowa, where results were murky, the New Hampshire primary has confidently concluded that Bernie Sanders is the victor. The Vermont senator, who enjoyed a meteoric rise to the national stage in the 2016 election before losing the nomination to Hillary […]

Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire Primary Election

Democratic voters in New Hampshire cast their ballots on Tuesday in the Primary Elections and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders came out on top making him the national front runner in the Democratic party. Sanders secured the victory with about 26 percent of the vote in New Hampshire. South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg finished second […]

Justin Trudeau Wins Re-election Despite Black-Brown Face Scandal

Canadiens voted to reelect Prime Minister Justin Trudeau despite the scandals that plagued his progressive agenda. Just last month, leaked photos of the Prime Minister surfaced from his college days with him dressed in blackface and brownface. Trudeau confirmed that the photos were of him and apologized, but as a progressive leader, it left a […]

Record Turnout: How Chicago Votes Capitalized on Star Power, Social Influence, and Youth Energy to Break Voting Records in Chicago This Midterm Election

While votes are still being recounted in some parts of the country, one statistic remains unchallenged- the record numbers of young adult voters in Chicago this year. For the first time in Chicago history, millennials voted in larger numbers than any other demographic. Although it’s impossible to pinpoint the exact reasons for such a high […]

Rihanna Celebrates First Bajan Female Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley

As Barbados is welcomed into the foray of nations in the Western Hemisphere that have embraced female leadership, Rihanna expressed her joy via social media. The Caribbean nation of Barbados is ushered into the 21st century with its first female prime minister, Mia Amor Mottley. As head of the Barbados Labour Party (who also won all […]

Nine People Dead After Venezuela’s Bloody Election

At least nine people, including an election candidate, have been killed in the past 24 hours in Venezuela as the country voted for an all-powerful new legislative body tasked with reforming the country’s constitution. Country’s opposition parties boycotted Sunday’s polls, which they say is aimed at consolidating President Nicolas Maduro’s power. Counting of ballots across […]

Federal Government Says Hackers Had Nothing to Do With Election Results

As presidential candidates are fighting for recounts, the federal government is reassuring Americans of its vote-counting process. Officials clarified that the 2016 presidential election was not affected by hackers, as speculation may have suggested. From email scandals to possible interaction with the Russian government, the tactics of U.S. officials and candidates have drawn a close […]

President Obama Hooped In Exclusive Sneakers on Election Day

President Obama Hooped on Election Day President Obama is wrapping up his time in the white office before, Donald Trump enters into the world of being a president. He continued on with his tradition of hooping on election day and he hooped in style with a pair of asics sneakers with jumpman warmups and under […]

Brazil’s President Impeached After Mishandling Federal Budget

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was confident, in her first address, that she will be vindicated after she was recently impeached for allegedly mishandling the federal budget, according to Latino Fox News. Rousseff claims that her and the government have done nothing wrong, stating, “There is no crime I have committed…this is not an impeachment, it’s […]

Close to One Million Latinos Expected To Vote In New York Come November

New York will account for almost one million of the 13.1 million registered Latino voters in November’s election. The National Association of Latino Appointed and Elected Officials (NALEO) expects an increase by 14 percent since 2012 with about 955,500 Latino voters hitting the poles in 2016 in the Empire State. The real question will be […]

Here’s What Happened on ‘Super Saturday’

Yesterday’s [March 5, 2016] contests may not have been positioned under the microscope quite as much as past voting days, but its significance still stands. In total, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz won two caucuses each, with the real estate mogul taking Kentucky and Louisiana while the top establishment candidate took wins in Kansas and Maine, […]

Here’s Your Super Tuesday Recap

The year’s biggest night in voting so far wrapped up last night [March 1, 2016], with Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump walking away with major wins in the nation’s Super Tuesday contests. On the Left, things remain the way many predicted, with Clinton taking the lead among older voters, minority voters, and female […]