Prince George’s County Democratic party officials are in uncharted territories after the Maryland Republican candidates have moved in with speed to save groups which they have neglected in the midst of the county and other parts of Maryland.
Even with the prospect of a contested June 26th primary which saw a number of questionable candidates elected into public office fraudulently, the Democratic party’s problems in the county are far from over. Never before has a political amateur and outsider grabbed a party’s nomination exercise against the wishes of pretty much the entire party leadership as seen now.
After this blog made an expose on the role Africans in diaspora plans to play this year, democratic party officials in Maryland hurriedly called a press conference at Largo and invited Mr. Brian Frosh and Congressman Brown as part of a regrouping in order to hide their shenanigans and save face. (See video below) Mr. Frosh together with other officials in Maryland had refused previously to endorse Mr. Ben Jealous for Maryland Governor due to conflicts of interests as exposed by Washington Post.
A new political group with ties to Africa and global audience plans to spend thousands of dollars in the upcoming election to support Craig Wolf for Maryland Attorney General and other candidates to help fight racism. The group also intends to help pass policies that will help create wealth for Africans, African Americans and other groups globally.
Craig Wolf for Maryland Attorney General is the most feared candidate at the moment by the Democratic party wing of Maryland Politics. After his name is mentioned, several officials engaged in public corruption are running scared to the “hills”. “He is the right candidate for the job and has integrity,”said Krystal Williams in Upper Marlboro. She further added that, “Brian Frosh might have have the money for the campaign but who cares if he is a racist and corrupt, no right thinking person is going to elect him with those qualities” she added.
A new poll on voters’ attitudes in the nation’s most competitive races around the country and also in Maryland showed that when it comes to perceptions of racism, there are two Americas — one in which people of color are distressed by rhetoric and policies and another in which white Americans are far less convinced that there’s a problem.
Conflicting perceptions of racism have always existed and should be expected, but this year, the divide may shape the outcome of the midterm elections in all positions across the country.
Mr. Wolf is expected to fight corruption heads on once elected to the Public office in November and a lot is expected of him to restore trust within the State government agencies.
Even though majority of Africans have traditionally supported Democrats in Maryland, the Maryland Office of the Attorney General led by Mr. Brian Frosh is accused of advancing corruption within the judiciary, discriminatory and racist tendencies within state agencies in addition to failing to protect Marylanders first before going to confront the federal government. “It’s Misplaced Priority”.
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