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2020 African American Vote

2020 African American Vote

Update: 2020-03-01
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Facing better-known and better-financed opponents, Pete Buttigieg knew he would struggle to attract black voters in South Carolina. On Saturday his efforts came up empty. Tom Steyer, a billionaire businessman running for president, has lavished money on the black community — employing black-owned businesses, hiring African-Americans for his staff and buying ads with black-owned news organizations.NPR
In addition to electability in the general election, the Morning Consult also showed that Sanders overtook Biden with black voters nationally for the first time.

Thirty-three percent of black voters said they are backing Sanders, while 29% said they would back Biden. USA Today
Amy Klobuchar, who has represented Minnesota in the U.S. Senate since 2007, said it was also meaningful to focus on voting topics at the former Woolworth's turned museum, which commemorates the 1960 sit-ins that integrated the store's lunch counter and helped ignite the civil rights movement nationwide.
A Special African History Month Presentation from WBRN Radio
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2020 African American Vote

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