Trump campaign announces 'community centers' initiative to attract black voters
Added 02-27-20 08:29:01am EST - “The reelection campaign for President Trump is making a move to court some of Democrats' most reliable voters, opening centers meant to boost the president's popularity among African-Americans in 15 cities around the country.?” - Foxnews.com
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The reelection campaign for President Trump is making a move to court some of Democrats' most reliable voters, opening centers meant to boost the president's popularity among African-Americans in 15 cities around the country.
The "Black Voices for Trump Community Centers" opened by the Trump campaign are part of a larger "Black Voices for Trump" initiative meant to encourage "the black community to re-elect President Donald J. Trump by sharing experiences and successes of everyday Americans as a result of the Trump administration." Trump backers have recently been speculating, with a strong economy and a handful of accomplishments on racial issues, that the president could significantly increase his black support in 2020 verses 2016.
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C. told Fox News' Neil Cavuto that he thinks Trump could increase his support among black voters from 8 percent to 12 percent, and potentially as high as 15 percent.
A photo of a mock-up of what one of the Black Voices for Trump centers will look like, built in Arlington, Va. for members of the press. (Kristin Fisher/Fox News)
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