Independent Black Voters Group
The IBV is dedicated to supporting an agenda beneficial to the Black community. We will fight to defeat all candidates that support the ideologies of white nationalism/fascism for the sake of ALL Americans!
Candidates running in 2024
The 2024 United States Senate election in Nevada is scheduled to be held on November 5, 2024, to elect a member of the United States Senate to represent the State of Nevada. The primary elections are scheduled to take place on June 11, 202412.
The incumbent senator, Jacky Rosen, a Democrat, was elected with 50.4% of the vote in 2018, unseating Dean Heller by 5 percentage points1. Rosen has declared her candidacy for re-election and is considered to be a slight favorite to win12.
As of June 30, 2023, Rosen has raised $13,396,434 and has $7,456,802 cash on hand1. The Republican primary candidates include Sam Brown, William Conrad, Tony Grady Jr., Jeffrey Ross Gunter, Ronda Kennedy, Barry Lindemann and Jim Marchant1.
IBV interview with candidate Shelly Berkley
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Total Registered Voters – 1,821,058 Black Voters – 182,106 est 10% of registered voters
Total Republicans and Democrats that voted in Primary 213,366 Democrat 11.7% 197,455 Republican 10.8%
2022 Nevada General Election Candidates – Change happens when you VOTE!
|ELECTION DAY TURNOUT||60,790||4.78%|
|EARLY VOTE TURNOUT||68,769||5.40%|
|DEM REGISTRATION & TURNOUT|
|458,639 Registered Voters|
|ELECTION DAY TURNOUT||16,521||3.60%|
|EARLY VOTE TURNOUT||25,547||5.57%|
|REP REGISTRATION & TURNOUT|
|327,834 Registered Voters|
|ELECTION DAY TURNOUT||38,799||11.83%|
|EARLY VOTE TURNOUT||37,608||11.47%|
|NP REGISTRATION & TURNOUT|
|486,075 Registered Voters|
|ELECTION DAY TURNOUT||5,470||1.13%|
|EARLY VOTE TURNOUT||5,614||1.15%|
The IBV focuses on Social Justice and Economic Justice. The US is quickly becoming a 3rd world nation. Ten percent of the population owns over 70 percent of the wealth. Because of this this the American dream is dying. And while these issues effect all Americans, Black America is the hardest hit. The following are disturbing facts:
-Black Family home ownership is at the lowest rate since the 1960s
-40% of the Homeless are black
-There is a direct correlation between Poverty, crime and social justice
-Systemic racism is the major cause of wealth inequality in America
So how do we fix this? We must demand political objectives that focus on the root Causes.
Objectives of IBVG:
1.) Access To Capital for Black Owned Business
2.) Support of Black Owned Banks
3.) Alternate Funding for Black Owned Business
4.) A Fair Share Agenda – Focus on Corporate greed – Anti-trust, Taxes, Housing, etc.
5.) Fair Federal and Local Contracts – Less than 2% of contracts go to black owned businesses
6.) Focus on Living Wage – Minimum wage is not the same as living wage
7.) A Middleclass growth plan – Grow the middle class to fight poverty
8.) Education – Focus on the root cause – Qualified teachers in low-income areas
9.) HBCU’s – Must be strengthen through funding
10.) National Police Review – Guide Lines on Police use of force
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Change social security laws – Present system only allows $1,600 per month before losing social security benefits
Tied oil profits to subsidies
Fight corporate takeover of single-family housing
Education – Focus on low performing schools by providing resources to teach and train students
Fight White Nationalism and Fascism
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Get On the Bus Tour – Strength in Numbers
New Spanish Version of Independent Voters – In progress
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