2010 MIDTERM ELECTIONS
(Newsone)– This is a commentary I was bound to write regardless of the outcome of the midterm election. I start by saying that your country is not so great, Americans. Any discussion of “what went wrong” must be prefaced with that statement. Harsh words, perhaps, but I do not utter them in haste. And we […]
Shortly after the final Midterm Election results started trickling in, “African Americans” became a surprising trending topic on Twitter. The topic came about after the revelation that there would be no African-Americans in the U.S. Senate next year. Tweeters of all races and ethnicities began making fun of this revelation, as well as the ‘supposed […]
Roland Martin appears on the Tom Joyner Morning Show to discuss midterm election results. Roland said, “If there was one word the could describe last night for Democrats – absolute massacre all across this country.” Roland explained that Democratic losses went beyond congressional races and the US Senate. Ten to fifteen state houses flipped for […]
NOTE: Keep this page bookmarked as we will be updating it throughout the day and evening! ——- UPDATE 10:47p ET: Russ Feingold, Liberal Lion of the Senate, Unseated By Republican Ron Johnson in Wisconsin. MSNBC has declared the Wisconsin senate race for Republican Ron Johnson. They have also declared Indian-American Nikki Haley (R) the winner […]
The majority of states require voters to vote at a designated voting location. This location is determined by the address you used when registering to vote. Vote411 has a poll finder and other related election information, ideal for last minute information.
I voted. Have you? I voted early so I can focus on helping candidates in the closing days of this important election season. We all know these elections are going to be tough. Midterm elections are always difficult for the party of the President. If you look at the electoral map, the polling, and the […]
In a compelling sign that the Republican tide on Tuesday will produce a historic sweep in the House, the final pre-election poll by the Gallup Organization gave the GOP a 55 percent to 40 percent lead over Democrats among likely voters in its generic congressional ballot test.
President Barack Obama got a hometown welcome Saturday night as he continued to make his case against voting Republican in a last-ditch effort to try to save his former Senate seat, advising any wavering supporters: “Don’t let them get you down.”
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, exuding new confidence after a 48-state “Fire Pelosi” bus tour, said he may seek reelection as chairman in January despite criticism by those who think he has been weak on money, management and message.
Six years ago, Illinois sent to the Senate an untainted young star generally regarded inside his party as the greatest orator since Demosthenes. This year, Illinois voters are faced with a more traditional choice between, as it’s been presented to them, a liar and a thief.