Politics

Candidates include Minnesota School Board member Zuki Ellis and Republican hopeful Marla Helseth. The post Seven Black Women Are Campaigning To Become The First Black Woman In The Minnesota Senate appeared first on NewsOne.

For "good actors" to reach voters effectively, they need clear and consistent information about how to comply with the new 10DLC policies. The post Advocates Sound Alarm About New Texting Policy That Could Have Negative Impacts On Black Voter Outreach appeared first on NewsOne.

Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who trailed early in her race for re-election, has expressed confidence. The post Trailing In The Primary Election, Marilyn Mosby Vows To ‘Fight … Until Every Single Vote Is Counted’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Reminding the crowd of the Biden-Harris administration's commitment to center equity across the board, she had a long list of positive actions to report on behalf of the administration. The post 5 Ways Vice President Kamala Harris Says The Administration Has Kept Its Commitment to Black America appeared first on NewsOne.

Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, whom Jackson will replace, has announced the date of his retirement. The announcement comes days after a flurry of controversial decisions and opinions from the conservative-leaning Court that will be joined by a Black woman for the first time ever.

Secretaries of state are up for re-election in 26 states. Three Black women currently serve in the roles.

Calling the permitless carry law Kemp signed "criminal carry," Team Abrams wants to send the message that the current governor is unfit to keep citizens safe. 

Massachusetts candidate Rayla Campbell's comments about oral sex and children were "inappropriate," not her overall message, Republican Geoff Diehl said.

Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate David Perdue said Stacey Abrams is "demeaning her own race" and should "go back where she came from."

There is no Senate version of Pressley, Coleman, Lee or Rep. Cori Bush to share their voice and experience as Black women grappling with these issues.