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Today in Black America - November 9

POSTED: November 09, 2022, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press

Election takeaways: No sweep for the Republicans after all

Dems show surprising strength; control of Congress unclear

Abortion rights boosted with defeat of Kentucky amendment

USA Today

A red wave? Actually, it's more like a red ripple at this point

History in the making: Maryland gets its first Black governor, more

US House races recap: Democrats run stronger but GOP may take majority

The New York Times

Analysis: Why the Expected G.O.P. Rout Fell Short

Michigan, California and Vermont Affirm Abortion Rights in Ballot Proposals

Trump Hoped for a Celebration but Did Not Have Much to Cheer

In N.J.’s tightest House race, Kean says he’ll win, Malinowski says it’s too close to call

N.J. Democrat Andy Kim wins re-election to Congress, fighting off last-minute surge by Healey

Latest N.J. election results: U.S. House races in 2022 mid-term elections

The Baltimore Sun

Democrat Wes Moore declares victory, will become Maryland’s first Black governor

Democratic U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown wins Maryland attorney general race, becomes first Black person elected to the office

Calvin Ball declares victory over Allan Kittleman in Howard County executive race

The Los Angeles Times

Villanueva at risk as Luna takes big early lead in L.A. County sheriff race

Padilla makes history as first Latino elected to Senate from California

Proposition 1 abortion rights ballot measure passes

The Washington Post

Kentucky voters reject antiabortion measure as abortion rights advocates score big wins

Democrats show strength, leaving fight for control of Congress unresolved

Editorial: We now have a better count of nonfatal police shootings — and the numbers are startling

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

By the numbers: Election results for metro Atlanta and Georgia

The Jolt: Split-ticket voters push Warnock and Walker to possible runoff

Supreme Court skeptical of rejecting civil rights precedent

The Chicago Sun-Times

Pritzker scores double-digit win over Bailey — vowing MAGA right wingers ‘will never get an inch of Illinois’

Democrats hold on to majority on Illinois Supreme Court as Judge Elizabeth Rochford declares victory

Kwame Raoul declares victory in bid for second term as attorney general

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