DiscoverThe NPR Politics PodcastTo Build Support Among Voters Of Color, Republicans Open Dozens Of Community Centers
To Build Support Among Voters Of Color, Republicans Open Dozens Of Community Centers

To Build Support Among Voters Of Color, Republicans Open Dozens Of Community Centers

Update: 2022-08-301
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Voters of color still overwhelmingly support Democrats, but Republican in-roads at the margins can have a big impact in states like Georgia, Florida, Texas and Pennsylvania. What is the Republican message? And how does it square with the racist rhetoric from many of the party's most prominent figures, like Donald Trump?

This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, politics reporter Ashley Lopez, and Georgia Public Broadcasting reporter Stephen Fowler.

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To Build Support Among Voters Of Color, Republicans Open Dozens Of Community Centers

To Build Support Among Voters Of Color, Republicans Open Dozens Of Community Centers

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