Here's How The Candidates Are Making Their Case To Black Voters : The NPR Politics Podcast Joe Biden's campaign is hoping local validators can make his candidacy persuasive in Black communities. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has employed demotivational messages, asserting that Joe Biden has a poor track-record on the issues that matter to black voters.

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Here's How The Candidates Are Making Their Case To Black Voters

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Here's How The Candidates Are Making Their Case To Black Voters

Here's How The Candidates Are Making Their Case To Black Voters

Here's How The Candidates Are Making Their Case To Black Voters

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Joe Biden's campaign is hoping local validators can make his candidacy persuasive in Black communities. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has employed demotivational messages, asserting that Joe Biden has a poor track-record on the issues that matter to black voters.

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