by Cynthia Gordy onFebruary 28, 2012
Next in our third-party-candidate series, meet the black man running for president who's not Obama.
January 8, 2012
Blogging the Beltway: Just before the New Hampshire primary, candidates were in full attack mode.
by Jack White onNovember 5, 2011
RightWatch: As the allegations of sexual harassment pile up, his campaign may linger, but it's over.
by Kai Wright onSeptember 21, 2011
It's time for politicians to pay as much attention to homeowners and workers as they do Wall Street, blogs ColorLines editor Kai Wright.
by Jason Johnson onSeptember 3, 2011
The president will want to forget August, but he's still likely to get re-elected.
by David Swerdlick onJuly 21, 2011
Herman Cain, Allen West and Tim Scott have a lot to learn.
by David Swerdlick onJune 2, 2011
The Pizza Man might not be president -- but can he deliver black voters to the Republican Party?
by Joshua R. Weaver onMay 31, 2011
A slowly improving economy and the killing of Osama bin Laden have given Obama's re-election campaign a boost.
by Mary C. Curtis onApril 13, 2011
In the 2012 presidential election, the party of Lincoln has a long way to go to woo black voters back into the fold. Is there, as Newt Gingrich claims, a difference between "inclusion" and "outreach"?
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