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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 27

POSTED: October 27, 2022, 9:30 am

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USA Today

Exclusive poll: Republican support rises ahead of Election Day


The economy just rebounded. But a recession still looms.


Texas teen shot while eating McDonald's burger was 'mutilated,' family says



The New York Times

How Mike Lindell’s Pillow Business Propels the Election Denial Movement


Covid, Flu, RSV: Hospitalizations Rise as Wave of Viruses Hits New York


Justice Kagan Temporarily Blocks a Jan. 6 Committee Subpoena



The Associated Press

Election Day is Nov. 8, but legal challenges already begin

US economy returned to growth last quarter, expanding 2.6%


Election Day is Nov. 8, but legal challenges already begin


The Baltimore Sun

Inflation, economic outlook, abortion motivating Marylanders to vote, despite lopsided races at the top, poll shows

Early voting participation for the 2022 primary was the lowest in 10 years. Should Maryland roll it back? Experts say no.

At concert outside Baltimore plant, musicians protest Maryland pharmaceutical company’s Narcan prices


NJ.com

First non-profit medical marijuana dispensary in N.J. poised to sell adult legal weed

N.J. public worker pension fund lost nearly $10B during rough fiscal year

Bloomfield College is merging with Montclair State. Here’s its new name
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The Los Angeles Times

Ambition keeps him loyal to Trump. But what does Kevin McCarthy stand for?


U.S. economy returned to growth last quarter, expanding 2.6%


‘We’re broken.’ In the suburbs north of Los Angeles, voters feel fed up and afraid


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago Public Schools to take over celebrated Chicago all-boys charter school

Brandon Johnson joining crowded race for Chicago mayor

Amendment ‘right thing’ for workers? Or ‘government union power play’? Proposal stirs debate on union rights, worker safety



The Washington Post


Democrats scramble into defensive posture in final stage of midterms

These are the mega-donors pumping millions into the 2022 midterms


Your mail-in ballot might have a tracking number. Here’s how to follow its progress
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The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Record numbers of people are dying in Georgia’s largest jails

Ask Mark: Answers about early and absentee voting in Georgia


The Jolt: GOP rallies behind Herschel Walker amid new abortion allegation






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