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    By Dianne Anderson Instead of complaining about the powers that be, now is the time to do something about it. Super Tuesday is just around the corner, with hopeful candidates for San Bernardino City Council taking all they’ve heard from local voters, and preparing for hard work ahead for the promise to put plans into ...
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    By Dianne Anderson  Voters, young and old alike, will fill in the circles and send their ballots in early, drive down to their local Registrar of Voters polling places at lunchtime or after work, or some may show up the old-fashioned way to stand in line and get the I voted sticker on the back of ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Now that so much COVID money has dried up along with many program supports for the low income community, anti-poverty activist Connie Jones sees the fallout as more people seek help with food and resources as they try to hang on to their housing. It all boils down to voting potential, knowing ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Having scaled the Primary hurdles, the top two vote-getter candidates are now facing off against their challengers in the next leg of their run toward the November General Election. Vice Mayor Rex Richardson — Mayor of Long Beach For Vice Mayor Rex Richardson, his primary win speaks to the spirit of unity ...
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    Vice Mayor Rex Richardson has declared his candidacy to be the next Long Beach Mayor. “Long Beach provided me with an opportunity to put down roots, build a family, and spend every day making our community a better place for every resident,” stated Richardson. “I’ve seen the results of what happens when neighbors come together ...
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    Black Votes Push Biden Over the Top in Contentious Election By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Sr Nat’l Correspondent After days of post-Election Day counting, Democrat Joe Biden has defeated President Donald Trump to become the nation’s 46th commander-in-chief. With all eyes on Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada, and Arizona, it was the Keystone State’s 20 electoral ...
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    By Kristen Clarke In a year defined by distress and tragedy, no one has felt that chaos more painfully than the Black community, We’ve seen the coronavirus pandemic tear through our neighborhoods at a devastating rate. Job losses have surged, evictions are looming, and economic damage has mounted. And the deaths of Breonna Taylor and ...
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    By Quinci LeGardye California Black Media     2020 is a big election year. With all eyes on the presidential race, Californians can’t afford to lose sight of our state and local elections. These decisions need the same amount of consideration being given to the big race. They are the ones with the most — and the most immediate — effects on you and your family’s safety, quality of life and finances.     This year, California as a ...
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    By Dianne Anderson With just a month away to the big Election Day, everyone has their eyes peeled for their pamphlet in the mail, which most voters should already have by now, along with voting ballots mailed by October 5. For those not yet registered to vote, or are unsure if registered, can check online ...