MSNBC gives “All In” viewers a look at the history-making election in Ferguson, MO.
After months of upheaval, the beleaguered city of Ferguson, Missouri, has a new governing board. It looks different than the old one, states CNN.
After a higher-than-normal 30% turnout, two African-American candidates won their wards last Tuesday to make the six-member City Council 50% black.
Ferguson’s population of about 21,000 is 70% black, but the City Council was predominantly white, as is the police force.