1. Black voters need a new Senate as much as a new president

    The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought immense tragedy across our country, particularly for black Americans, who have faced a disproportionate rate of infection and mortality. The economic fallout could have generational implications. Yet in the face of this unimaginable crisis — which has left over 100,000 Americans dead and more than 30 million unemployed — Senate […]

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  2. Poll: Biden continues to dominate among black voters

    Joe Biden continues to hold a wide lead in the Democratic primary among African Americans, according to a new poll that also shows black voters believe the former vice president would do the best job on most of the issues important to them. In the crowded Democratic field, Biden has 44 percent support — 29 […]

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  3. New Poll: Black Voters are Highly Motivated to Push Our Country Back on Track

    A recent poll conducted by BlackPAC of registered Black voters across the country shows the priorities of a constituency that Democratic presidential candidates are eagerly courting. BlackPAC’s findings outline a path forward for candidates to increase their name recognition and favorability ratings in this critical voting bloc. “Black voters, who remain highly motivated to push […]

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  4. Why Democrats struggle with Black millennials

    According to the American National Election Studies, more than 6 in 10 (62 percent) of black voters 50 and older identify strongly with the Democratic Party. But that number is only 41 percent for black voters younger than 35. And polling data from BlackPAC, an independent organization focused on politically engaging black voters, revealed that though 83 percent of […]

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  5. What Black Voters Want

    As Americans head to the polls in primaries this year and prepare to do their civic duties this fall and in the fall of 2020, the 50 years of backlash against civil rights that helped fulfill that prediction might either be ratified or repudiated. Yet, in the middle of a nationwide conversation of diner visits and coal-miner […]

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