Tag Archives: African-Americans
Posted on28. Mar, 2013 by Stevie.
Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) is not here to sugarcoat how she feels about her work in Congress or what she would like to see done in the White House. Fudge, whose district is in the Cleveland area, is the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. The group is made up of 42 representatives who advocate [...]
Posted on22. Mar, 2013 by Stevie.
On March 18, the Republican Party’s chairman Reince Priebus held a Monday morning news conference to make a big announcement. They were releasing the findings of their Growth and Opportunity Project report [see PDF] — an “autopsy” of many things going wrong with the party and its electoral outcomes. The report, though quite thorough, rehashed a [...]
Posted on26. Jul, 2012 by Stevie.
Mitt Romney is capitalizing on the appearance he made last week at the NAACP convention in New Orleans. Armed with a new ad titled, “We Need Mitt Romney,” the spot offers some highlights from his high-profile speech to the civil rights group. The goal is to obviously get black people on board with the idea [...]
Posted on23. May, 2012 by Stevie.
President Obama may be in shaky territory with some voting blocs, but there are a few that offer rock solid support. Latinos, much like African-Americans, have offered the president a commitment like none other in the voting booth. The latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll shows Latino support for President Obama at 61 percent versus [...]
Posted on17. May, 2012 by Stevie.
The Obama campaign loves sub-groups to focus on for their voting efforts. Until now, Latinos, African-Americans, women, nurses, the LGBT community, and a few other groups received special attention. Now, the Obama campaign has launched Veterans and Military Families for Obama. The concept is simple. The Administration has made supporting military families and the troops [...]