Monthly Archives: January, 2012

VOTE WITH POLITICAL CAPITAL, MAXIMIZE OUR INFLUENCE

People of Color May Impact Congressional Elections By Kirk Clay What a difference “a state” makes. Can you believe that the GOP nomination contest now features a front running Newt Gingrich? All it took was a 40% win in South Carolina and boom. Then tonight’s “Hispanic” debate in Jacksonville, FL may give Newt even more …

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POP THE CLUTCH, START A VOTING MACHINE

Political Geography May Impact Presidential Race By Kirk Clay Not long ago, I was in Atlanta to speak on civil rights strategies for redistricting. While there, I visited friends who work in the hip-hop community.  We began to talk about the implications that the dramatic population shifts will have on voting patterns in 2012.  The …

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