Vote 2012

As election season comes to an end, it’s time to shift the dialogue happening around our country. It’s time to begin a dialogue about moving forward. What does the next decade look like for our country and how do we begin to take steps to change the national dialogue? Four years ago, we found our […]

Congrats to President Obama on winning the 2012 election.  We re-visit his election win from 2008 with this remix. Four more years.… — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) November 7, 2012  

Vote 2012

ABC confirms President Barack Obama has won re-election. Early Wednesday morning, Obama spoke to a crowd of supporters in Chicago, showing appreciation and talked about why elections matter. Watch below: Listen below to President Barack Obama’s Victory Speech RMX with Good Music’s ‘Clique’ Thanks to all of you, our loyal listeners for voting in this […]

Lady Gaga spoke with our sister station about the importance of keeping democracy in America and why she voted for President Barack Obama. “I did a lot of research and dove into Romney and Obama’s plan because I just wanted to make an informed decision….Obama has always taken into consideration the importance of social […]

Chris Rock went on the Jimmy Kimmel Show with a message for white voters.  

Vote 2012

Taneshia Hudspeth, Elections Administrator with the Harris County Clerk’s Office answers questions for listeners regarding the voting process in Harris County for the upcoming Election 2012. Topics discussed were dead voter letters, voting backup plans, voting by mail deadlines, and if you are intimidated by poll watchers on election day! Click below to listen or […]

From our sister site The 2012 Presidential debate schedule has been set. President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will debate three times ahead of the November election, focusing on a different topic each time. In addition, Vice President Joe Biden will face off once against Congressman Paul Ryan, Romney’s running mate on the Republican ticket. The full debate schedule […]

Embattled presidential candidate Herman Cain told staffers Tuesday that he’s reassessing his campaign a day after an Atlanta businesswoman alleged a 13-year extramarital affair with…


via News92Fm.Com A controversial new Texas law which requires voters to present personal identification before going to the polls, has been blocked by the Obama administration. On Monday, the Justice Department sent a letter to state officials, stating that the law could be seen as discriminatory against Hispanics and other minorities. Read More