The 19th News | 5.17.22

Cheri Beasley won North Carolina’s Senate primary. Like other Black women, she laid the groundwork years ago.

Beasley has served as a judge in North Carolina for two decades, a key to her emergence as one of the most talked about Black women candidates for Senate. Keep Reading »

Florida Politics | 5.12.22

Collective PAC backs Aramia Ayala in Democratic AG Primary

A left-of-center PAC that played in Florida elections four years ago is engaging again this year, weighing in early in the Attorney General race. The Collective PAC rolled out an endorsement for former State Attorney Aramis Ayala of Orlando Thursday. Keep Reading »

1819 News | 5.11.22

The Collective PAC endorses Wesley Thompson

The Collective PAC announced a slate of endorsements of state and local candidates in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, and Pennsylvania on Tuesday. In Alabama, Wesley Thompson, who is running in House District 3, received the group’s endorsement. Keep Reading »

The New York Times | 5.1.22

Biden Received Early Warnings That Immigration and Inflation Could Erode His Support

Confidential polling data obtained by The New York Times underscores the biggest challenges for President Biden and his party as they face the prospect of losing power to Republicans on Capitol Hill. Keep Reading »

Los Angeles Sentinel | 4.28.22

Meet the Power Couple That’s Building Black Political Power Ahead of the 2022 Midterms

Quentin and Stefanie Brown James, founders of the Collective PAC, are working to build equitable representation in government for Black America Keep Reading »