Pledge Your Vote: Vote N.E.D

New Era Detroit has taken the initiative to concert 15,000 votes as one voice for the city of Detroit and surrounding areas. No longer will we traditionally vote arbitrarily (randomly) for different candidates that show no prudence for our communities. Those days are over, it has shown to be ineffective. With 15k votes or better, we will be able to vote in, as well as dictate the direction of our city council, judges, city manager, mayor, state representative, state senate, Wayne County commissioner, Wayne County executive, Wayne County treasurer and etc.

Inspired by the late great Mayor Coleman Young (elected due to a black slate--a list of candidates trusted by a group of people that will receive their vote), New Era Detroit understands that on a domestic level, politics can work in your favor to some degree. We will develop a black slate of endorsed candidates, from a meticulous reviewing process. New Era Detroit wants you to pledge your vote, along with 14,999 others, to us for call for action. All you have to do is agree with the issues that are stated, sign the pledge card, and then when called upon for whomever the endorsed candidates selected, get out and vote. As a pledge supporter, you will be invited to our endorsement meetings where candidates will present their game plan and you will be able to voice your concerns.

N.E.D. is nonpartisan; we do not care if you are Republican nor Democrat. Our only focus is what your agenda is for the community. What is your agenda for the 82 percent African Americans here? What is your agenda for the poverty rate? What is your agenda for the blight? Inhumane water shutoffs? Gentrification where the minorities are being pushed out? Long-time businesses with denied lease renewals? WHAT IS YOUR AGENDA? AND JUST AS EASY AS WE CAN VOTE YOU IN, WE CAN VOTE YOU OUT (RECALL)! THE TIME IS NOW!

This is for anyone and everyone that lives in Michigan. If you are unregistered to vote, we can register you. If you are a felon, you still can vote here in Michigan.