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P.B.S. Pinchback becomes the nation's first Black governor on this date in 1872 in the state of Louisiana.

Today in Black America - October 24

POSTED: October 24, 2022, 9:30 am

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USA Today

Will midterm voter turnout be high in Georgia? It was for the primary
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Math and reading scores plummet since start of pandemic

A Peace Corps worker killed a woman in Africa. The US helped him escape prosecution.


The New York Times

‘Appalling’ Scores on National Exam Show Extent of Covid’s Toll on Students


Their America Is Vanishing. Like Trump, They Insist They Were Cheated
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Fears Over Fate of Democracy Leave Many Voters Resigned


The Baltimore Sun


Math, reading scores of Maryland students see declines among the steepest in the nation, highlighting pandemic’s lingering impact

Maryland’s transportation department asks for public feedback on I-695/I-70 Interchange project


Two men die from gunshot wounds in separate shootings in Baltimore on Friday



The Washington Post


Rubin: Democrats have a strong closing argument: The GOP would wreck the economy

Fraud-related criminal trial against Trump Organization starts today

Florida needs workers to rebuild after Ian. Undocumented migrants are stepping in
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The Los Angeles Times


As drought drives prices higher, millions of Californians struggle to pay for water


Racist audio leak could push L.A. City Hall further left in Nov. 8 election

Gov. Newsom calls on Kevin De León and Gil Cedillo to resign



NJ.com

Here are the N.J. towns where the housing market may be cooling the most


N.J. police chief credited with ‘transforming’ his department dies at 53


The fight for America begins in N.J. As our hottest congressional race goes, so may the nation.


The Associated Press


Test scores show historic COVID setbacks for kids across US

Control of Congress: What’s at play in the 2022 midterms?


False election claims overwhelm local efforts to push back


The Chicago Sun-Times


Rep. Mary Miller a national leader when it comes to ‘incendiary rhetoric’ that’s fueling ‘polarization’

Suburban Democrats spend big to hold two U.S. House seats in newly redrawn districts: ‘We are running to win’

Tim Drea: Your vote on workers’ rights, Illinois Supreme Court can help improve the lives of working families



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Big Georgia turnout in week one driven by in-person voters

Scores on ‘nation’s report card’ stable for Georgia but hold bad news


OPINION: Parents can’t ignore math, reading declines on federal test





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