People of color made history this month by winning municipal races in places their families were once ignored or prevented from voting.
Roger Stone, a longtime friend and ally of President Donald Trump, was found guilty Friday of witness tampering and lying to Congress about his pursuit of Russian-hacked emails damaging to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election bid.
Marie Yovanovitch, a career diplomat, who has served both Republican and Democratic presidents, was expected to relay her striking story of being told to “watch my back” and then being suddenly recalled by Donald Trump in a swiftly developing series of events that sounded alarms about a White House shadow foreign policy.
The Georgia secretary of state’s office said last week that it plans to notify more than 313,000 people who’ve been in “inactive” status for more than three years, without voting or making other contact with election officials, before canceling their registration.
Asamoa-Caesar, a Democrat and Tulsa resident, will be launching the campaign with a “50 in 50” initiative to host or attend 50 community events across District 1 in the first 50 days of the campaign.
People Not Politicians travels to 10 cities to share why their new ballot initiative is critical in giving power to the people.
Current Oklahoma law allows members of the state Legislature to redraw their own districts behind closed doors, and without any oversight or input from the public. Essentially, this allows Oklahoma politicians to hand-pick their own voters.