"Today is not the GRAMMY Awards; it's an election. We're not looking for celebrities — we're looking for senators and governors that can do the job." - Al Sharpton
It's Election Day and the most important thing you can do on this day is to vote if you haven't already.
Bishop William Barber called in today to discuss the importance of the voter turnout, especially in battleground states.
Get Up Mornings! affiliates check-in from battleground states with voting updates on Election Day.
From candidates for Congress to the U.S. Senate, a change in the balance of power on Capitol Hill is looming large in certain pockets of America depending on how the down-ballot elections turn out.
The general election is on Tuesday, November 3rd, but 39 states as well as the District of Columbia offer voters the option of casting ballots in advance of the general election.
Bishop Vashti McKenzie was appointed by President Barack Obama and served as the President's Advisory Council of the White House Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnership.
We're only days away from Election Day and it's very important that we go out and exercise our right to vote.
A New York man was arrested for planning a bombing attack on the National Mall. 56-year-old Paul Rosenfeld reportedly wanted to blow up himself and others on election day to draw attention to his belief in “sortition,” the ancient practice of randomly selecting legislators out of a pool of eligible voters. In August and September, […]
In this edition of GRIFF’s prayer, GRIFF asked God to bless the good men and women who were working the polls during election day yesterday. Given that they work long hours helping people cast their votes and keeping things moving smoothly, they’re going to need a lot of strength to keep their spirits up! GRIFF […]