Straight-Ticket Voting a Confusing Issue in N.C.

Americans all over the country are wondering about the validity of a rumor that was forwarded to voters by e-mail in several states. It warned that if voters choose to cast a straight-ticket or straight-party ballot, they could inadvertently not vote for president of the United States.

Americans all over the country are wondering about the validity of a rumor that was…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Voter Suppression: Another Low-Brow Tactic

A fake State Board of Elections flier directing Republicans to vote on Nov. 4 and…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Know Your Rights Before Hitting the Polls

Being informed can help counteract voter suppression tactics

American voters are poised to make history one way or another next Tuesday, and election…

By Joyce Jones

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Obama Pushing for Arizona and Georgia

Sen. Barack Obama will be making a pull for three states not quite…

By Renita Burns

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McCain: Blame the Media

Sen. John McCain turned up the notch in his media blame game after…

By Renita Burns

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Surge of New Registrations in Georgia Gives Black Voters Power

New registrations of black voters ran more than 25% higher this year than…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Candidates Weigh In on GDP Numbers

Both Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama today issued statements on the latest gross…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Obama Infomerical: Too Much or Just Right?

Before the curtains close and lights dim on the 2008 Presidential election, Sen. Barack…

By Renita Burns

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Candidates Focus on Florida

Florida, Pennsylvania, and Ohio offer the most electoral votes, with 27, 21, and…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Deficit Grows with McCain or Obama

The candidate‚Äôs tax plans are complicated for individuals, but according to the Tax…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Arizona: No Love for McCain?

(source: topnews.com)

In a presidential race few things are certain. One of which is…

By Renita Burns

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Early Voting Surge

Today, Sen. Barack Obama is giving what his campaign describes as the closing arguments…

By Renita Burns

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Cutting Edge: Halloween

Taking the fright out of fun festivities

This year, Americans will spend $5.77 billion for Halloween, according to the National Retail Federation.…

By Renita Burns

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Study: Women at the Forefront

Growth of women-owned firms outpacing other small businesses

The growth of minority, women-owned businesses outpaced all other small businesses, at a rate of…

By Renita Burns

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McCain Pulls Away from Bush, Obama Pulls Away in the Polls

Today, Sen. Barack Obama is giving what his campaign describes as the closing arguments…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Making the Case for John McCain

(source: pastemagazine.com)

The State (S.C.): For more than 40 years, in war and peace, John McCain…

By Renita Burns

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Making the Case for Barack Obama

(source: barackobama.com)

The Santa Fe New Mexican: Neither he nor John McCain alone can overcome…

By Renita Burns

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100% Turnout for Black Voters?

(source: www.naacpldf.org)
With economic issues propelling many voters to the polls experts agree that voter turnout…

By Renita Burns

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Let’s Get Ready to Rumble

It appears as if things aren’t all peaches and cream in the McCain-Palin camp.

Politico is…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Obama Presents Closing Case to Ohio

With polls showing a tight race in Ohio, Sen. Barack Obama today plans to make…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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