by Lenny McAllister onNovember 12, 2010
There's a lot to celebrate in the election of Reps. Allen West and Tim Scott. Even though they represent predominantly white constituencies, they have an opportunity to play historic roles on behalf of black America.
by Cord Jefferson onNovember 3, 2010
But that doesn't mean Florida's Allen West and South Carolina's Tim Scott, both of whom won House races on Tuesday, are all that similar. Their differing approaches reflect a schism in the GOP.
by Cord Jefferson onSeptember 17, 2010
That remains to be seen, given the icy relationship between the caucus and the GOP, but some black Republican congressional candidates are certainly interested in joining.
May 12, 2010
As the New York Times has noted, 2010 finds more than 30 African Americans running for Congress on the GOP ticket. That's more black Republicans vying for office since Reconstruction--and proof positive that President Obama has forever changed the face of politics. Let’s meet the candidates.
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