Politics

Errol Webber, a Black Republican licking his wounds from the whooping Rep. Karen Bass put on him in the race for California's 37th Congressional District, is parroting Trump's claims of voter fraud without proof.

Eva Longoria is under fire for saying Latinas, not Black women, are the voters who should be recognized the most for helping Joe Biden and Kamala Harris get elected.

Ja'Ron Smith, the now-former Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy, said his conveniently timed departure from the Trump administration was "planned."

Joe Biden was expected to win the 2020 election and make Kamala Harris the first Black woman vice president-elect after votes in Georgia and Pennsylvania all but determined Trump's path to re-election was impossible.

Absentee ballots from Georgia voters in Clayton County -- in John Lewis' longtime congressional district -- gave Joe Biden a slim lead over Donald Trump, whose path to winning 270 electoral college votes were all but eliminated.

Black voter turnout could be a defining factor of the election, as Black Americans were disproportionately impacted by pandemic-related losses like work and health care, which many predicted would incentivize voting. 

Roland Martin served as the voice of truth following Ice Cube's continued demonstration that he still supports Donald Trump's "fraudulent" Platinum Plan for Black America.

Stacey Abrams deserves to be recognized for why Georgia is a swing state on the verge of making election history.

MSNBC's interview with a Black voter in Detriot was going viral after he addressed the acts of voter intimidation by Trump supporters looking to stop ballots from being counted in Michigan's election.

Exit polling data was painting a broad picture of the election's results and the role that Black voters, in particular, were playing in it.

Jaime Harrison, the Democratic nominee challenging U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham in South Carolina, has fallen short in his historic bid to replace an incumbent who was largely seen as vulnerable.

The NAACP is live streaming online coverage of the 2020 election in an effort to bring forward timely, relevant, and authentic stories of the Black experience in critical cities and swing states from around the country.