Artur Davis

The Democrat-turned Republican has had yet another change of heart.
More than five years after Barack Obama won the Iowa caucuses and demolished the notion that white voters wouldn’t support
Former Rep. Artur Davis (R-Ala.) addressed the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, touting the accomplishments
"For African-Americans to look at the Republican Party," Davis said, "the first thing they're going to need is to see African
Outside of GOP AA notables like Condoleeza Rice, the big tent at the GOP has been devoid of African-Americans, and the ones they do attract sound identical to the likes of Allen West, Artur Davis and Amy Holmes.
"[Black voters are] socially conservative, but they vote on economic issues, and Republicans have to recognize that," Davis
Asked about the letter on Tuesday, Davis said it didn't mean much since nearly two-thirds of the caucus didn't even sign
Beyond the speculations of racism, I'm left wondering who people like Love and Davis are really talking to. Are they reaching
Democrat-turned-Republican Artur Davis addressed the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night. Ladies and gentlemen
FULL LETTER IS BELOW: The letter is timed for the day that Davis, a former Democratic House member from Alabama turned failed
But Davis was never really all that liberal. Once he landed in Congress, he voted for the Federal Marriage Amendment that
Davis is noncommittal about whether he'll run for Congress in Virginia. But that's not his only option, depending on the
Sure, we all know the major black republicans like Allen West, Artur Davis and Clarence Thomas. But some famous faces have
Abandoning his former supporters, his former colleagues, and his president, makes him in some ways the personification of the Romney-Ryan-Ayn Rand glorification of self-interest. He's got his, America. Who cares what you got?
Davis, a former Democratic congressman from Alabama, was a co-chair of Obama's last presidential campaign. But earlier this
Davis attracted widespread attention in May when he said he was switching parties amidst speculation over whether or not
Four summers ago, then-Democratic Rep. Artur Davis of Alabama delivered a nominating speech in support of Barack Obama. The
The strange saga of Artur Davis took an even stranger turn this week when "Alabama's Obama" switched parties and hinted that he'll run as a Republican in Virginia.