Thursday, April 26, 2018
Authors Posts by Britton Loftin

Britton Loftin

Britton Loftin is a Political Strategist and Director of a Legislative & Government Affairs firm.

New Jersey’s State Police Need More Color

The New Jersey State Police department appears to have a trouble with color. Based on statistics, hiring officers of color is a very low priority for the department.

Wisconsin Solidarity

The battle for Wisconsin is still going.

Mike Tregre’s Campaign for Sheriff

Down in Southern Louisiana, 30 minutes from New Orleans, in the parish of St. John the Baptist, Mike Tregre is campaigning to become the parishes first African American Sheriff.

Political Cell Phone Contributions

A big break for political candidates, fundraisers and political operatives in California is about to unfold. In 2012 the state may allow political contributions by cell phone text messages.

The New Spider-Man – Web-Slinger Now a Character of Mixed Race

Marvel comics introduced a new super hero last week. Miles Morales is a half Black and Latino young man obtaining the powers of Spiderman fromNew York. The Chief Edit of Marvel Comics, Axel Alonso said that the inspiration for the multiracial character may have come from President Obama.

Class Divide = Racial Divide

Last week countless media hits about the ever increasing wealth divide between American ethnic groups drew much attention.

Cali’s Redistricting Hurts Who?

The California redistricting process may give democrats a two-thirds majority in both houses of the state legislature but, African American political power may suffer.

Nothing But Talk in DC

Contrary to media pleas that the interests of this country are at the root of the contentious battles underway in D.C., the Republican agenda has little to do with what is best for the Nation.

Dupree Hopeful in Mississippi Gubernatorial Primary

State officials expect a high turnout today in Mississippi’s gubernatorial primary in which Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny Dupree looks to defeat three other Democrats.

Where is America on Immigration reform?

America appears to be on track towards a comprehensive immigration reform bill but, Congress and the Federal Government are at odds on how to development such a plan.