For decades African Americans have overwhelmingly voted for Democrats in local, regional, state and national races. But with the 2012 presidential election, there are a growing number of African Americans who are not only voting Republican, but who hold leadership positions within the Republican base. Why the switch? Are Republicans offering an attractive alternative to Blacks who are fed up with high unemployment, deficit spending and Obamacare? On the next Another View we'll talk with Coby Dillard, Vice Chairman of the Republican Party of Norfolk, and Thomas Harmon, IV, who ran as the Republican candidate for Senate District 2 against incumbent Mamie Locke, about their views on why voting Republican is the better choice for African Americans this November. Plus, Lisa Godley brings us the story of TBO - a group of young people who are determined to use media in a positive way. It's all on Another View, Friday, July 27 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us at whrv.org.