Black Votes Matter
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Black Votes Matter

By Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. NNPA Columnist   As we enter the 2016 political campaign…

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Corey Brooks, Black Chicago Pastor: Democratic Party ‘Taking Complete Advantage’ of Us
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Corey Brooks, Black Chicago Pastor: Democratic Party ‘Taking Complete Advantage’ of Us

Jessica Chasmar, THE WASHINGTON TIMES   CHICAGO (The Washington Times) — A prominent black Chicago…

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In a Swing Across Iowa, Ted Cruz Packs in the Crowds with a Conservative Call
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In a Swing Across Iowa, Ted Cruz Packs in the Crowds with a Conservative Call

Katie Zezima, THE WASHINGTON POST     CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (The Washington Post)—Sen. Ted Cruz,…

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Martin O’Malley: Presidency Not a ‘Crown’ to be Shared by 2 Families
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Martin O’Malley: Presidency Not a ‘Crown’ to be Shared by 2 Families

John Wagner, THE WASHINGTON POST   (The Washington Post)—Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley took a…

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Yes-We-Can President Faces Twilight of Maybes
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Yes-We-Can President Faces Twilight of Maybes

Julie Pace and Nancy Benac, ASSOCIATED PRESS  WASHINGTON (AP) — It was supposed to be…

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Republicans Ramp Up Minority Outreach Nationwide Ahead of 2016
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Republicans Ramp Up Minority Outreach Nationwide Ahead of 2016

Wesley Lowery, THE WASHINGTON POST   CLEVELAND (The Washington Post)—It was an at-times tense but…

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First Lady Stumps for Democrats in Michigan, Iowa
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First Lady Stumps for Democrats in Michigan, Iowa

Jeff Karoub and Catherine Lucey, ASSOCIATED PRESS   DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Democratic candidates…

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