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A group of Georgia voters has filed a federal lawsuit in Atlanta to keep Secretary of State Brian Kemp—the Republican candidate running for Governor against Democrat Stacey Abrams– from exercising any further powers of the Secretary of State’s Office in presiding over the General Election. The emergency legal papers were filed late Tuesday on behalf […]

Democrats said the Philadelphia region would play a key role in their campaign to win control of the U.S. House — and they were right. In the most-anticipated midterm election in recent history, Democrats gained four seats in the area. Women made up the majority of those winners. Analysts on both sides of the aisle […]

Georgia Secretary of State and Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp announced that his office opened an investigation on Saturday night into the Democratic Party of Georgia over an alleged hacking attempt of the state’s voter registration system, according to a news release posted early Sunday morning.   The announcement — slammed by opponents as a […]

Tuesday’s election will decide control of the U.S. House and Senate, with the outcomes determining the limits or possibilities of the next two years of Trump’s presidency. At the same time, it represents a test of the stunning results of 2016. If Republicans keep control of Congress, it could affirm Trump’s approach and embolden him […]

As thousands of migrants walk to America to escape the violence at home, I’m disappointed that a president who’s the son of an immigrant cannot see himself in those people. But I’m not surprised. After all, Trump told us from the very beginning that he saw Mexican immigrants as criminals and rapists.  But I AM surprised […]

A federal judge knocked down a motion from Georgia’s Republican gubernatorial nominee Brian Kemp regarding the handling of absentee ballots in the state. US District Court Judge Leigh Martin May rejected Kemp’s arguments point by point and concluded the “injunction ensures that absentee voters who are unable to vote in person and whose applications or […]

President-elect Donald Trump received minimal support from minority voters, according to a new study conducted by Reuters.

Donella Wilson, 107 years old, cast her first vote in the 1940s and has taken total advantage of that privilege ever since.

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about making the decision not to conform, especially during a election year when we are being bombarded by influence from news outlets about who to vote for and what to think. At the end of the day, you have to make the choice that is right […]

Plus Ga. Governor rants about "colored people" in speech and donations pour in for Black church burned, vandalized with 'Vote Trump."

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF talks about the experience he had when he went out to go vote early last Saturday. He walked up to the park where the voting took place, and saw a whole bunch of people, tons of cars, police and news crews. He immediately didn’t feel like voting, but […]

Jesse Williams has a message for all the voting skeptics out there.