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Here's How Both Presidential Candidates Hope To Win Over Black Voters

Newsy Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Here's How Both Presidential Candidates Hope To Win Over Black VotersWatch VideoWith African Americans making up 13% of eligible voters and less than two weeks to the election, both President Trump and challenger Joe Biden are working to win them over. 

Both campaigns released competing plans on their vision for Black America. 

There's President Trump's "Platinum Plan."

And Biden’s...
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