Election Day

Yesterday evening, Black Radio United held their Town Hall where many of the candidates that will be on the ballot this November had the opportunity to share their goals of their campaigns and to take questions from the public. The candidates that spoke included: Alicia Thomas Searcy, Democratic nominee for GA Superintendent State Representative Bee […]

For the 6th time in 18 months, Atlanta residents in Fulton & DeKalb counties headed to the polls to choose who the 61st Mayor for the City Of Atlanta. City Councilman Andre Dickens & City Council President Felicia Moore were in the runoff for the office that is currently held by Keisha Lance Bottoms. In […]

Today on Ryan Cameron Uncensored, the other candidate that qualified for the City of Atlanta Mayor’s runoff & current City Council President Felicia Moore joined the show. She lead all candidates with 41% of the voters casting their vote for her. In the conversation with Ryan Cameron, they discussed: Why do you want to be […]

Yesterday, about 50% of registered voters made their voices heard for the fifth time in 18 months. And now, those same voters will have to head back to the polls due to no single candidate reaching the 50% plus one vote threshold on November 30th. Today, one of the candidates that qualified for the runoff […]

Today is the last day to early vote in Georgia, but there are some BIG changes headed to DeKalb County. This upcoming Tuesday, November 2nd, a total of SIX polling places have been changed and they are below & in bold: Voters who usually cast ballots at the Chamblee Civic Center (3540 Broad St. in […]

We are only days away from early voting ending and Election Day this upcoming Tuesday. Today on Ryan Cameron Uncensored, Mayoral Candidate and current City Councilman Antonio Brown called into the show to share his platform and his thought on: recent headlines with other candidate & City Council President Felicia Moore having to denounce a […]

The coronavirus epidemic is changing the calendar for schools, businesses, and now the government at large. Georgia officials have postponed the March 24th presidential primary due to the spread of COVID-19. The election will now take place May 19th. Georgia now becomes the second state to postpone their election due to concerns over the spread […]


What’s happening in state capitols, city halls, and school boards have more of a direct effect on our daily lives than Washington politics.

Since the shocking win over Hillary Clinton on November 8th, many question what will happen now that Donald Trump will be our President? Sign Up For Our Newsletter! With the talks of this “big beautiful wall” he has mentioned, will he begin mass deportations of immigrants and repeal Obamacare? We revisited Donald Trump’s 100 day action […]

CNN Commentator Van Jones' emotional statement has been trending all over social media getting support from devastated Americans.

Donald Trump has been elected as the 45th President of the United States. The electoral votes totaled with Trump at 288 and Hillary Clinton at 215 votes. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Although Clinton did not address her supporters, CNN announced that she made a phone call to Trump just before 3 a.m. to concede the election […]

These are the issues that will be present on your November 8th Georgia election ballot in addition to the Presidential ballot. 1. Education A “yes” vote supports providing penalties for court cases involving certain sex crimes in order to allocate the generated revenue for the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Children Fund. A “no” vote opposes […]