Black Voters Are Not A Monolithic Group. But What If They Were?

On February 10, 2007, Senator Barack Obama went to Springfield, IL to announce he’d be running for President of the United States. It was freezing cold, many of the officials of the Democrat Party didn’t show up. But it wasn’t because of the weather. It was because they had predetermined their support for Hillary Clinton. She would get the Party’s early endorsements and money…




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