Voting

We got a chance to speak with NAACP president Derrick Johnson to get an idea on what to expect at the Image Awards this weekend, in addition to his take on the topic of student debt and why voting matters when it comes to the Black community. 

City Councilors Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu -- the top two vote-getters in Boston's mayoral primary -- advanced to faceoff in the general election in November, ensuring the city will elect its first non-white male mayor. She just won't be Black.

Channeling the spirit of John Lewis and his penchant for "good trouble," the recent arrests of Rep. Joyce Beatty and others harkened back to the late Georgia congressman's own legendary protests to secure fair and equal voting rights.

The news comes after voting rights activists again accused election officials of voter suppression, voicing concerns that lack of accessibility limits access for Black and Latino voters.

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.

Every Tuesday until Election Day, Bishop William Barber will join us to talk about voting. This week he talked about knowing how to read the ballot.

Our Forever FLOTUS Michelle Obama and NBA star LeBron James are teaming up to engage potential voters across several major U.S. cities leading up to Election Day on November 3.

If you think the presidential election will be decided before your bedtime on Nov. 3rd, you might be in for quite a disappointment.

Black voters have plenty to gain from replacing the electoral college.