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December 09, 2022

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 - November 3

POSTED: November 03, 2022, 9:30 am

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The New York Times

Biden Warns That America’s Democratic Traditions Are in Peril


Editorial: America Can Have Democracy or Political Violence. Not Both.

Mortgage Rates Too High? (Blame the Fed, Wall Street and Your Neighbor.)



The Associated Press

Biden implores voters to save democracy from lies, violence

When is the last day to vote? It depends on where you live

Misinformation and the midterm elections: What to expect



USA Today


Biden warns of 'un-American' attacks on democracy amid midterm voting

Youngkin's critical race theory tip line drew rants from parents – on other topics

Reports: Trump aide Kash Patel offered immunity in Mar-a-Lago documents probe


The Baltimore Sun


Board of Elections increases security at Carroll County polls and drop box locations as early voting comes to a close

Calvin Butler will head Chicago-based Exelon, owner of BGE, under accelerated succession plan

‘National embarrassment’: Multiple Maryland State Police challenge coins prompt disciplinary actions


NJ.com


Gov. Murphy joins new campaign to encourage consumers to buy legal weed

N.J. officers suspended without pay following contact with man who later disappeared

Gunman accused of shooting 2 Newark police officers arrested as manhunt ends


The Washington Post


Herschel Walker cites his ‘redemption’ story, focuses on White evangelical Christians

Immigration officials confirm alleged Pelosi attacker was in U.S. illegally

GOP’s biggest election-denier secretary of state candidates lag in polls


The Los Angeles Times


Dist. Atty. Brooke Jenkins gets a crash course in San Francisco politics


CBS, LAPD captain led cover-up of sexual assault report against Moonves, AG says

Biden warns that ‘ultra MAGA’ Republicans will lead the U.S. down a ‘path to chaos’


The Chicago Sun-Times


Avalanche of mail hitting Illinois voters, but funding behind partisan ‘newspapers’ not disclosed


Pulse of the Heartland: South Shore voters hope Obama center brings change to believe in — but they take nothing for granted

Democrat Yarbrough and Republican Peraica look to history in clerk’s race — and rehash a little along the way


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

OPINION: Black men, please show up at the polls -- for every election


Georgia’s U.S. Senate race on pace to be the nation’s costliest this year

The Jolt: Herschel Walker sidesteps media as abortion allegations mount







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