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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 8

POSTED: November 08, 2022, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press


Election 2022: Turbulent campaign season comes to a close

O’Rourke hopes to upset Texas Gov. Abbott’s bid for 3rd term


Fetterman, Oz in bruising US Senate race in Pennsylvania



The New York Times

Here are the key races on Election Day and what’s at stake.

What Times Do the Polls Close?


How Covid Closures Became Today’s Curriculum Wars



USA Today


In red and blue precincts, Election Day arrives with a sense of dread

Here are the battleground states that could have us waiting on election night

The House, Senate and governor races to watch on Election Day



The Washington Post


The 5 big questions on Election Day 2022

Election workers brace for a torrent of threats

Vote counting could take time. That’s good — not a sign of fraud.


NJ.com

Election Day 2022: Polls in N.J. are now open. What you need to know about the mid-term elections.

Newark city worker shot and wounded Monday, after shooting of 2 officers last week


24 hours in Paterson, a city of profound culture and humanity


The Baltimore Sun


Here’s what you need to know in Maryland about returning your mail-in ballot and voting on Election Day

About 20% of Carroll County voters have already cast ballots as residents head to polls Tuesday

Eye on unfinished agenda, Biden delivers a ‘closing argument’ in Maryland hours before decisive flurry of midterm voting



The Chicago Sun-Times

Jones College Prep students protest German soldier costume, admin’s handling of controversial incidents

In-person early voting overtakes mail-in ballots for first time

Ben Jealous: Tell the Supreme Court: We still need affirmative action



The Los Angeles Times


A last-minute guide for voting in Los Angeles city elections

Bass and Caruso make a final, frenzied sprint

Justice Department to monitor voting rights in 24 states, including in L.A. County


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


The Jolt: Top Georgia candidates mostly go it alone before Election Day

After opposing law, Atlanta school board OKs divisive concepts rules


Newt Gingrich to challenge Fulton grand jury subpoena






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