minority voters

Unlike voting strategies, which only work for one election and need to be repeated each time, felony convictions are permanent.
Just days after the election, my own family members (all of whom are staunch, straight-ticket Democratic voters) began to
He received less support from black and Hispanic voters than any president in at least 40 years.
We cannot claim to be a true Democracy when the voices of the majority of those who voted are being ignored.
There is a crafty reason why Trump pretends to court the minority vote.
A Republican hasn't gotten more than 10 percent of the black vote since 2004.
The GOP nominee is (still) struggling to win over minority voters.
Trump certainly has assets as well, primarily his ability to cultivate dissatisfaction with America's current direction. But in terms of getting actual votes on November 8, his strengths do not compare with those of Clinton. She will win.
There is a magic land far, far away where the ball cap slogan, "Make America Great Again" is already a reality, and the phrase "A Future to Believe In," is pretty much here and now. It's called California.
If you feee there's a strong positive difference in your life then vote for the candidate you believe will keep things on
The Democratic Party is split. This poll shows that the split is deep. After the primary, it will be our job as Democrats and progressives to bring everybody back together.
For those readers who weren't alive (or old enough) to experience the 1960s, this week we had somewhat of a history lesson, packaged as a Democratic debate. Part of why this happened is that the Democratic presidential campaign has entered into a "convince the minority voters" phase.
The conventional wisdom on the establishment left is that Sen. Bernie Sanders is offering his enthusiastic supporters pipedreams in lieu of achievable policy proposals. Placed in proper perspective, Bernie Sanders may be just one justice away from setting in motion what he calls a political "revolution."