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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Mfume endorsed by several Prince George's Democrats

(Updated November 14, 2005)
Times, November 14, 2005

"Mfume Gets Endorsements from Prince George's Democrats"
wboc.com, November 8, 2005 (AP)

"Mfume Endorsed By Prince George's Co. Democrats"
wjz.com, November 8, 2005 (AP)

"Mfume Gets Endorsements From Prince George's Democrats"
wjla.com, November 8, 2005 (AP)

"Steele Aims to Erode Democrats' Black Support"
Post, November 8, 2005 (by Matthew Mosk, Washington Post Staff Writer)
(The Post list did not include Sen. Exum who was in the Sun list.)

"Mfume picks up endorsements; Prince George's executive, several county legislators back former NAACP chief for U.S. Senate"
Sun, November 8, 2005 (by Andrew A. Green, Sun Reporter)
County Executive Jack B. Johnson; Senators Nathaniel Exum (D-24) and Gloria G. Lawlah (D-26); and Delegates Carolyn J.B. Howard (D-24), Obie Patterson (D-26), Dereck E. Davis (D-25), Darryl A. Kelley (D-26), Veronica L. Turner (D-26), Rosetta C. Parker (D-47), and Marvin E. Holmes Jr. (D-23B).

1 comment:

  1. What I find to be incredulous is that here we have the former head of the NAACP running against another Black candidate who is being harrassed, called an "Uncle Tom", thrown "Oreo" cookies etc., and he has said NOTHING against these attacks.

    We all know he had a horrible record in the NAACP as a racist, but to silently condone what is going on against his opponent is outrageous.

    It only goes to emphasize the hypocrisy of the Left, of Liberals and of the Black movement in general. Anyone who actually makes something of themselves is a traitor to their race...unless they are Democrats.

    What a bunch of B.S.

    And people wonder why no one takes things seriously.