Former RNC Chairman, Former Lt. Gov. Maryland, Political Analyst for MSNBC, Host of The Michael Steele Podcast

When he was elected Lt. Governor of Maryland in 2003, Michael Steele made history as the first African American elected to statewide office; and again with his subsequent chairmanship of the Republican National Committee in 2009.


Tuesday, October 20th 7pm The Reid Out (MSNBC)
Tuesday, October 20th  11pm   11th Hour with Brian Williams (MSNBC)
Wednesday, October 21st 12pm  Live with Andrea Mitchell (MSNBC) 
Wednesday, October 21st  11pm   11th Hour with Brian Williams (MSNBC)
Thursday, October 22nd  2pm Live with Katy Tur(MSNBC)




Ok people, some have tried everything they can to stop you from voting on #November3rd. Please plan to #VOTE and when you go to the polls take a good spirit with you because YOU are about to do something awesome: #ChooseAmerica! and not just in #Philly

Jerry Saltz@jerrysaltz

This voting line in Philly!!!!

Congratulations to @WashArchbishop Wilton Gregory on being named a cardinal by @Pontifex! Cardinal-elect Gregory becomes the first African American to be elevated to the College of Cardinals! #WonderfulNews


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