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Roundtable: Blacks Turning Red States Blue?

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Roundtable: Blacks Turning Red States Blue?

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Roundtable: Blacks Turning Red States Blue?

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Early Voting

Residents stand in line to cast their ballots in Washington, D.C. Tim Sloan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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This year, more than 30 states will allow any registered voter to cast an early ballot. Early voting numbers show a heavy black turnout across the country — especially in states that typically favor Republicans.

Meanwhile, the debut of D.L. Hughley's new politically oriented CNN show is being met with controversy.

On today's bloggers' roundtable, Farai Chideya speaks with Kevin Ross of Three Brothers and a Sister; Arlene Fenton of Black Women Vote; and Wayne Bennett of The Field Negro.

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