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Black Voter Turnout Plunged in Midterms

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There was a lot of good news — or at least news that felt good — for Democrats this election cycle, from holding the Senate to remaining stubbornly competitive in the House.
Published 2 months ago · Washington, United States

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Black Voter Turnout Plunged in Midterms

Nate Cohn: “We won’t get conclusive numbers for months, but the evidence so far raises the distinct possibility that the Black share of the electorate sank to its lowest level since 2006. It certainly did in states like Georgia and North Carolina, where authoritative data is already available.” “The relatively low turnout numbers aren’t necessarily a surprise. After all, this was not supposed to be a good year for Democrats. Perhaps this is one …

2 months ago·New York, United States
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