. . . but have as much success as Republicans who court non-whites.
Tag Archives: Elections
Democrats Try Wooing Ones Who Got Away: White Men, New York Times
He says “These guys never go away. Hatred never, never goes away.”
The Future of the (Scared, White) GOP, Huffington Post
Dispossession can increase white racial consciousness.
Holder Urges States to Repeal Bans on Felons’ Voting, New York Times
Laws against felons voting apply disproportionately to non-whites.
Immigration Groups Turn to Anger, Politico
One leader says “What we are now doing is to switch tactics from persuasion to punishment.”
How the GOP Lost Middle America, Vdare.com
The party gave in to the corporate thirst for cheap labor.
Facts the Census Bureau would like you to keep in mind when we celebrate Black History Month.
Though only Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Georgia would require “pre-clearance.”
The Agony of Frank Luntz, The Atlantic
Has a leading GOP strategist realized the party’s demographic fate?
Paul Ryan Finds God, BuzzFeed
In the lead-up to the presidential election, he wanted to focus on non-whites.
There were 274 non-citizens on the rolls. 17 of them voted.
Paul wants to make Detroit an “economic freedom zone.”
Chris Christie won a majority of New Jersey Hispanics–only 14 percent of whom are Mexican.
Immigration Shifts Political Power, Center for Immigration Studies
Congressional districts and the electoral college count people–including illegals–not citizens.
Area School District Settles Lawsuit, Will Change Elections, Los Angeles Times
Hispanics want to be represented by Hispanics.
“The man with the black wife” got 96 percent of the black vote.
There are many ways to play the race game.
Spanish-language ad may have swayed them.
But the future will be better because younger whites are replacing older, bigoted whites.
He doesn’t like lazy whites either.
One congressman thinks Obama is trying to destroy the Republican Party.
Trying to stop voter fraud is “discrimination.”
Book: Black Donors Forced Nearly All-White Obama Campaign to Recruit Black Aide, Washington Examiner
Obama somehow won with a nearly all-white staff.
Voting Rights Act Leading California Cities to Dump At-Large Elections, Los Angeles Times
Hispanics using election law to try to grab power.
“Civil rights” boosters struggle to remain relevant.
IRS Gave Black Nonprofits Preferential Treatment, Investor's Business Daily
Eric Holder told black preachers how to skirt the law and promote Obama.
With Voter ID in Effect, Edinburg Voters Cast Ballots, The Texas Tribune
Poor Hispanics don’t mind showing ID at the polls.
Why the Left Needs Racism–III, Wall Street Journal
Liberals think federal policy is the only thing keeping ‘racists” at bay.
The progress people felt after Obama’s election has faded.
Eric Holder says Texas’ photo ID law violates the Voting Rights Act.
Why the Numbers Say Texas Stays Red, New Republic
How even a minority-white state can remain Republican.
British Conservatives can be as foolish as Republicans.
Hillary’s Racial Politics, Wall Street Journal
She’s trumpeting myths about voter suppression to gain support from non-whites.
There is probably more to it than this article suggests.
They want to go beyond amending what the Supreme Court found unconstitutional.
“This is our country and we determine who comes here.”
Should Republicans Just Focus on White Voters?, New York Times
The Party must decide.
Mexico’s Election Violence Is Said to Be Worst in Years, New York Times
Six candidates killed; others dropping out of campaigns for fear of death.
Karl Rove: More White Votes Alone Won’t Save the GOP, Wall Street Journal
From the man who told us Romney would win easily.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Key Part of Voting Rights Act, New York Times
Court does what Congress did not have the good sense to do.
Are the Covered States “More Racist” than Other States?, Election Law Blog
It’s funny how whites become “more racist” when they live with large numbers of blacks.
The Case of the Missing White Voters, Revisited, Real Clear Politics
Blue collar whites stayed home. But did that cost Romney the election?
Pro-amnesty Republicans want to repeat history, but expect a different outcome.
No proof of citizenship required to vote.
They’re heaping up their own funeral pyre.
Who Voted in 2012?, Center for Immigration Studies
Whites without college degrees stayed home.
Leaders: Gabriel Gomez Doesn’t Have Lock on Latino Vote, Boston Herald
Hispanics support the candidate of handouts over the Hispanic candidate.
L.A. Elections May Be Decided by Older, White Voters, Poll Shows, Los Angeles Times
But candidates are still trying to go bilingual.
Unusual candidate behavior.
Skepticism About the Census Voter Turnout Finding, Pew Research
Blacks may be lying about turning out to vote.