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Black Representatives and the Democratic Party

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Black Representatives and the Democratic Party

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Elected black representatives are likely to carry more clout on Capitol Hill now that the Democrats are back in power.

Juan Williams discusses what that could mean for the Democratic party with Ron Walters, of the University of Maryland, and Rev. Joseph Watkins, a member of the government relations group Buchanan, Ingersoll, and Rooney.

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