By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer Progressive Policy Polling had excellent news last week for Louisiana’s Senior U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu last Thursday. In yet another
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer The longtime head of the Orleans Alliance for Good Government, Mark Vicknair, in years of evaluating and endorsing candidates, had
By Askia Muhammad Contributing Writer WASHINGTON (Special to the NNPA from The Final Call) — The critical need for judicial diversity has been willfully stalled and obstructed due to negligence by a ... Jupiter enters Traffic Court race
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer For Stephen Jupiter, the skill set he would need if elected to Traffic Court on October 19, 2013, came from learning “the importance of following the rules ... Rep. Alexander resignation lifts Democrats’ House chances
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer The announcement that North Louisiana Congressman Rodney Alexander would not seek re-election, citing the partisan gridlock of Washington as his motive, may be good news for the ... Bookman enters race for Traffic Court judge
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer Candidate Marie Bookman observed in an interview with The Louisiana Weekly, “There has never been a woman elected as judge to serve in Traffic Court for ... Clint Smith announces run for traffic court
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer There are many reasons why a lawyer puts his or her life on hold to run for a judgeship. In Clint Smith’s case, it was a ... North Carolina leads way for state-by-state showdown with GOP
By Cash Michaels Contributing Writer RALEIGH, N.C. (Special to the NNPA from the Wilmington Journal) – A month before the 50th anniversary of the historic 1963 March on Washington, often viewed ... Could ‘Big Charity’ development lead to a Black governor of Louisiana?
By Christopher Tidmore Contributing Writer The transformation of Big Charity Hospital into a new City Hall is a $207 million ambition for New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. To leave behind a towering ... ‘Too Black’ candidate wins in Jackson, Ms.
By J. Kojo Livingston Contributing Writer He defended Tupac Shakur. He helped free the Scott Sisters and fought many other high profile battles, but they said he could not win this ...
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