About Juanita Tolliver

Juanita Tolliver is a veteran political strategist and MSNBC Political Analyst who previously served as National Political Director at Supermajority and Director of Campaigns at the Center for American Progress. Follow her on Twitter: @juanitatolliver.

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Donald Trump Holds Campaign Event In NH One Day After Iowa Caucuses
January 17, 2024
Since Trump declared that he overturned Roe v. Wade, Democrats must make him own it along with every trauma that comes with a post-Roe world.
U.S. President Joe Biden, theGrio.com
January 5, 2024
In his speech marking the anniversary of Jan. 6, Biden deftly connected Trump as a threat to democracy with the issues voters care about.
August 28, 2023
Only two Black women have ever served as senators in the 234-year history of the U.S. Senate. Now, three women are currently running in 2024.
Georgia indictment, Fani Willis, theGrio.com
August 15, 2023
Willis’ charges outline a criminal conspiracy to overturn results of the Georgia election that can’t be pardoned by Trump or the governor.
supreme court reform, supreme court ethics, theGrio.com
June 30, 2023
People have lost trust in the Supreme Court, an institution critical to a functioning democracy, and that alone is reason to reform it.
Trump CNN town Hall, Trump indictment, thegrio.com
June 9, 2023
Former President Donald Trump was indicted on seven counts related to the mishandling of classified documents.
U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy, thegrio.com
May 31, 2023
Kevin McCarthy’s plan to expand work requirements likely won’t even cut government spending and will further harm marginalized communities.
Abortion posters, theGrio.com
April 12, 2023
White House says it will fight mifepristone ruling. But if this case goes to the Supreme Court, it will face the justices who overturned Roe.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman, theGrio.com
April 3, 2023
The New York representative blasted Republicans for their refusal to take action on common sense gun-violence legislation.
March 31, 2023
No matter how the arraignment and subsequent trial go down, no one can dismiss that this indictment effectively pierces the veil of Trump.
February 8, 2023
Black voters shouldn’t have to wait to chose a presidential nominee, which is why the DNC voted to change the primary calendar.
February 3, 2023
What they have done is empowered her in front of the entire nation, and she is boldly stepping into that role with her shoulders squared.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, theGrio.com
January 4, 2023
Democrats were firmly united in supporting Jeffries. What’s even more clear is that he has no intention of saving Republicans from themselves.
November 10, 2022
Abortion was on the ballot, and it’s no surprise that a large portion of pro-choice voters was young and Black women voters.
September 23, 2022
N.Y. Attorney General Letitia James gave a master class on delivering a read when she announced the civil lawsuit filed against Donald Trump.
federal student loan
August 24, 2022
There is absolutely no way I could have attended college without taking on student loan debt, and I know my situation was not unique.
Abbott Elementary thegrio.om
July 18, 2022
I can see it now: Quinta Brunson and the “Abbott Elementary” cast making repeat trips to the Emmy stage in September to collect their awards.
July 14, 2022
When it comes to fighting for reproductive justice, I need more men to be like CNN show host W. Kamau Bell.
July 13, 2022
As the White House was responding to the overturning of Roe, the outgoing comms director decided that was the time to call out activists.
June 23, 2022
If “see no evil” was a person, this week he would be Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), the sole Black Republican in the U.S. Senate.