An Orange County GOP official who sent an offensive email about President Barack Obama has been censured by the local party’s Central Committee.
A coalition of African American groups are calling on a prominent Orange County Republican to resign over an email she sent depicting President Barack Obama and his parents as chimpanzees.
Officials from the oldest African-American church in Los Angeles have called on a local Republican official to resign after she sent an offensive email about President Barack Obama.
A Southern California GOP official who sent an email depicting President Barack Obama as a chimpanzee said Wednesday she considered the email political satire and not racist.
The head of the Orange County GOP Tuesday is asking for an ethics committee to determine how to handle a political firestorm, after Marilyn Davenport, 74, sent an email picturing President Barack Obama’s face on the body of a baby chimpanzee.
The Orange County Republican Central Committee will meet tonight to discuss the email party member Marilyn Davenport forwarded to her friends with a picture of President Barack Obama’s face on the body of a chimpanzee.
Black leaders in the Southland redoubled their efforts Monday to have a tea party activist thrown off the Orange County Central Committee for sending out an e-mail picture of President Barack Obama’s face on the body of a baby chimpanzee.
This week Marilyn Davenport, a Southern California Tea Party activist and member of the central committee of the Orange County Republican Party circulated what some are calling hate e-mail to her fellow conservatives.