THIS WEEK On Washington Watch: Obama Wins Second term, Expectations For The Next Four Years, Minority Turnout At The Polls


–Topics to include: Obama wins second term, expectations for the next four years, minority turnout at the polls, and highlights of the First Family during election night–

November 9, 2012, Silver Spring MD – President and CEO of the NAACP, Ben Jealous; President and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, Melanie Campbell; CEO of the Black Leadership Forum, Gary Flowers and Cornell Belcher, 2012 Obama pollster are among guests on Washington Watch with Roland Martin on November 11, at 11 AM EST on TV One.

The Journalist/Commentator panel to include: Philadelphia State Senator, Vincent HughesKaren Finney, democratic strategist and former DNC communications director; Senior Correspondent for The Washington Times, Deborah Simmons and Elroy Sailor, republican strategist.

Topics explored during the hour include: Obama’s second term victory and the expectations that follow; analysis of minority turnout at the polls; touching highlights of the First Family during election night and Rev. Omarosa Manigault, reality television personality, former political consultant and minister, joins Martin to discuss celebrity efforts and support for the President’s re-election campaign.

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