By ONME Newswire
The ONME Network provided a ONME News Live Special on the 2020 Presidential Elections last night on ONME PAN channels throughout California and live on TV in the Central Valley on CMAC channels with hosts ONME News Review, Julia Dudley Najieb; co-host, Ken McCoy from the Ken McCoy Entertainment Report and guest host, Michael Tucker from 10 Minutes for Democracy.
Guest speakers included: Regina Brown Wilson, the executive director of California Black Media. A non-profit that advocates for Black-owned media outlets that work to preserve Black-owned community media; Tara Lynn Gray, the chair of the California Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation, where she has served for more than a decade and the Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce (FMBCC) Chief Executive Officer and The Honorable Cynthia Ann Sterling, the first African-American woman elected to the Fresno City Council in 2002 and the first woman to be president of the Fresno City Council in Fresno, CA and also the first African-American woman in the nation to preside over a City Council with a population of over 500,000. Sterling is now a political consultant for candidates throughout California.
The broadcast is also available via on-demand: www.onmetv.com, Roku and Amazon Fire TV and third-party audio podcasts: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Castbox, Deezer, Podcast Addict, JioSaavn, Podchaser, iHeartRadio, Listennotes.com
According to election officials, the results being reported are unofficial until called by each state's election representative; the national races projected on TV or called by different media outlets are still projected wins based on the amount of unofficial votes tallied.
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