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
"Never lose sight of the essential difference between the left and right in this country," Davis said. Davis cited Dr. Ben
"The Republican Party is not going to turn into a moderate party, but it's going to have to be a conservative party that
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.
In an interview on Bill Bennett's radio show, Davis, who switched parties in May after representing an Alabama district as
Asked about the letter on Tuesday, Davis said it didn't mean much since nearly two-thirds of the caucus didn't even sign
These residents live a simple lifestyle while the people on the other side of the river are experiencing the time of their
Democrat-turned-Republican Artur Davis addressed the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night. Below, Davis' remarks
On a bright August morning in the quiet waterfront town of Edenton, N.C., Artur Davis, a black former congressman from Alabama
We are writing to express our disdain over several recent comments you have made about the important issues facing voters
"You have to understand. I love Artur like a son," U.W. Clemon, the state's first black federal judge, told the Birmingham
He sounded a lot like Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels (R), who criticized Romney for not speaking more directly to those in 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
Recently, he expressed expressed his disappointment with the president's first term, criticizing Obama for failing to come
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.