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The long battle by the political right to place a burden on the voting rights of Blacks in Mississippi passed by a significant margin as a ballot initiative in the November 8, 2011 statewide elections. It is such a shame that bigotry prevails when men of good will do nothing!
Where Members of Congress hail might say a great bit about how they would vote or what stand they would take. A quick examination of the 60 official Members of the Tea Party Congress clears that up: most on that list proudly buck from very rural and exurban states
Governor Bev Perdue of North Carolina on Thursday vetoed a Republican measure that required voters to present a photo ID before gaining access to the ballot.
New census figures reveal that a significant number of African-Americans in the last decade moved from clustered inner cities to nearby predominantly white suburbs. According...
It is a certainty in Congressional Campaigns in the south is that there are not many Democratic candidates with a sure shot at winning. Obama is on the ticket next year and Democratic turnout will be high, even in Southern states.
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