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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Elaine Marshall Elected By N.C.'s Scared Black Voters, Richard Burr Wins!

Today Incumbent, Career Politician Elaine Marshall won North Carolina's run-off election for the Democrat ticket in the 2010 race for U.S. Senate.

Mrs. Marshall's victory officially allows her to run against Richard Burr (R-NC), North Carolina's current GOP U.S. Senator.

How did Elaine win?

Several thousand Black North Carolina Voters supported her at the polls.

Even though she skipped the NC NAACP Forum, North Carolina's Black "Leaders" still widely supported her.

Even though Mrs. Marshall's Public Service record has NEVER proved she's done a darn thing for North Carolina's Black community, the state's foolish Black Voters still handed her the ticket.

Oh sure she made a last minute feeble effort to show she "cares" about Black Voters by making a public appearance at a recent NAACP protest rally against Wake County's Re-Segregation plan (Publicity stunt!) but what has she actually done for North Carolina's Black resident during her 16 years in public office?

I'll tell you NOTHING!!

Elaine's former Democratic party opponent Kenneth Lewis (also African-American) more than likely cut a deal for himself with Mrs. Marshall by endorsing her, thereby delivering the Black Vote to her on a silver platter.

Such sell-out actions from North Carolina's Black community, especially Black Leaders helps to explain why the Black Vote in this region has NO value.

What a shame!

Now do you understand why I rarely support North Carolina's so-called Black "Leaders"?

They're nothing but Scared, Selfish Sell-outs!

Cal Cunningham was and still is the Strongest candidate in the race against Richard Burr.

I cast my vote for Mr. Cunningham this afternoon with no regrets.

So what if Cal Cunningham had Pres. Obama's support, he was still the BEST candidate!

This Fall I will be casting my ballot for Richard Burr in the general election.


Here's two reasons:

1) Career, Democrat Incumbent Politicians like Elaine Marshall have done enough harm to North Carolina's citizens with all their Corruption and Discriminatory practices.

2) As a concerned citizen there's no way I will just sit at home and NOT vote at all. To do so would be totally irresponsible.

(If you don't vote, than don't complain!)

I'll take my chances with Richard Burr.

To Courageous Black Voters like myself and Charlotte's Mayor Pro Tem Patrick Cannon I say keep HOPE alive!

However to scared Black Voters who cast their ballots for Elaine Marshall, your going to be sorry.

Elaine Marshall wins the N.C. Democratic party primary run-off election.

What a sad day for this state's future because Elaine will surely continue doing absolutely NOTHING for the Black citizens who blindly and foolishly elected her.

Elaine Marshall Skips NC NAACP Forum, Cal Cunningham Didn't

Elaine Marshall skipped the NAACP forum event held earlier this year for North Carolina's U.S. Senate Candidates.

She claimed it was due to inclement weather and a scheduling conflict.

However even after the NAACP forum was re-scheduled (due to inclement weather) Elaine Marshall still did NOT show up!

Cal Cunningham and Kenneth Lewis showed up but Elaine Marshall did NOT.

Yet....She recently received the Endorsement from North Carolina's Black Leaders.

How stupid!

This explains why the Black Vote in North Carolina isn't taken seriously and is so often ignored by North Carolina's White Leaders.


North Carolina's Black citizens can't continue to blame White Leaders for holding them down when they are doing it to themselves.

Unfortunately North Carolina's racist White establishment and scared Black leaders have already decided to crown Elaine Marshall.

In my opinion Cal Cunningham is the Best choice for the U.S. Senate race that is if I were going to vote for NC Democrats in this fall's General Election.

However I'm not.

Check out a video of the televised NAACP forum event and articles below.

Elaine Marshall A "No Show" At The NC NAACP's Televised Forum On WRAL

At the NAACP's televised forum on WRAL Secretary of State Elaine Marshall was a No Show.

I don't want to come off as if Elaine doesn't support the African American and Minority community or that Elaine isn't sensitive to the issues that African Americans and Minorities face. But to not show up at one of the most important significant events of this years primary season isn't a sign of unwavering support to the NAACP, African Americans or the Minority community to me.

This would have been the perfect opportunity for Elaine to show her support and communicate to the African American Community and Minorities that if elected she work towards issues that we care about.

At this point we can assume that maybe she had something better to do. Or maybe she took this opportunity to just relax an take a break from the campaign trail.

Well this wasn't the right Event NOT TO show up for. Under any circumstances. You can't just right off voters or assume that you got things locked down. You have to fight for every vote.

Not showing up for this event is very telling. It tells me an many other people in the African American and Minority Community that maybe our vote isn't as important to her as we thought. Maybe she thinks she can win without us.

I happen to have a lot of respect for Elaine for her years of service to this State but in my opinion to not show up at a Signature NAACP event is a severe blow if not out right slap in the face of the NAACP, African Americans and the entire Minority Community.

Anthony D. Hall,

Fighting for Truth, Justice, Freedom and the American Way!

NAACP Sponsors Forum For U.S. Senate candidates

A forum for Senate candidates was held Saturday during the North Carolina NAACP’s Mid-Winter Conference in Raleigh.

State Sen. Cal Cunningham, of Lexington, Chapel Hill attorney Ken Lewis and Lumberton lawyer Marcus Williams attended the forum at the Hilton North Raleigh Midtown, 3415 Wake Forest Road. The Democrats are seeking to unseat Republican Sen. Richard Burr in November.

Libertarian candidate Michael Beitler of Oak Ridge, who will also be on the fall ballot, attended the event as well.

The candidates shared their views on education, jobs, health care and the economy.

The state NAACP and 90 partner organizations that make up the Historic Thousands on Jones Street Coalition sponsored the forum.

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Sources: Daily Kos, Hall Style's Blog, McClatchy Newspapers, My Blue, NAACP, NC State Board of Elections, Washington Post, WRAL, Google Maps

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