Monday, May 30, 2016
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New Florida Voting Laws Attract Lawsuit. “There is absolutely no explanation for restricting early voting other than intentional voter suppression, said Rep. Corrine Brown (D-FL).  Brown has filed a federal lawsuit to stop changes is Florida's early voting law. In the 2008...
This morning, Obama for America launched a new smartphone app the campaign says will empower and inform supporters, volunteers, and voters.  The new app was made available for iPhones today.  A version of the app for Android devices is...
With the recent CNN report that the Electoral College could be tied after the November election, could the Obamacare ruling show a hint to how Supreme Court intervention in November would impact who's president in 2013? Ironically, just a few...
Despite the onslaught of SuperPAC ads and campaign efforts, many voters are fired up about beating the other guy – not upholding their own firebrand – so far in this 2012 general election. This isn't quite the way that President...
The Federal Trade Commission yesterday announced that a U.S. District Court has issued an order that stops an alleged mortgage assistance scam from targeting members of the Hispanic American community. Specifically, the FTC complaint, which was filed in the United...

Marie Johns

Name: Marie Johns Title/Occupation: Deputy Administrator Organization: Small Business Administration What Makes The Person A Game Changer: Marie Johns has been deputy administrator of the Small Business Administration since 2010, taking a leading role at the agency during a challenging time. Earlier,...
The voter ID debate acts as if this is all new - and that we don't need a bigger fix
The original chicken sandwich will find a way to bring race into the fray
Undocubus to Roll From Arizona to DNC Convention. Throughout American history, whether or not those who had the most to lose were involved, it seems like everyone has an opinion on immigration and the consequences of action, or inaction...
Syndicated radio host and political commentator Tavis Smiley and Princeton professor Cornel West today announced the second installment of their Poverty Tour. Dubbed “The Poverty Tour 2.0”, Mr. Smiley and Professor West plan to travel to Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and...