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A Record Number of Black Republicans Are
Running for Office. They're Revolutionizing
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Posted By: Garnet, 6/15/2022 3:48:30 PM

A record number of Black Republican candidates are running for congressional office this year. The National Republican Congressional Committee counted 81 African American candidates running under the GOP banner in 72 congressional districts in 2022. This is more than a 50 percent increase over the 2020 election cycle. And if the GOP knows what's good for it, this will be the start of a new era in right-wing politics. This new development comes after decades during which the GOP struggled to attract minorities into its ranks—both minority voters as well as minority candidates. The Republican Party, which saw its support among Black Americans begin its descent shortly after Reconstruction,

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Reply 1 - Posted by: udanja99 6/15/2022 4:14:05 PM (No. 1186814)
It appears that Newsweak is trying to unwoke itself back into the black in its corporate annual report. How else to explain the recent spate of articles?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: ramona 6/15/2022 4:45:05 PM (No. 1186833)
This is good news but I don't believe for a moment that it will "revolutionize" the GOP. Like having more Black Republicans will convince Mitch, Mitt & Lizzy to seriously dismantle the Deep State. That is the only way to revolutionize the GOP(e). Ramona (the Pest)
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Luandir 6/15/2022 4:55:53 PM (No. 1186844)
Hooey. You pick the best people across the board, and some of them are going to be black. This is not Affirmative Action.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Starboard_side 6/15/2022 5:07:36 PM (No. 1186861)
Sounds good, and coupled with the increase in Latino's coming into the Republican column, I suspect people will start to notice it's not just a "token" as the liberal/progressive Democrats like to say in their dismissive tone.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Strike3 6/15/2022 5:17:42 PM (No. 1186876)
This is a good trend in another way, those who tend to vote along racial lines will suddenly be voting for republicans. After all, the democrats have been playing games of promise but don't deliver for decades.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: downnout 6/15/2022 5:33:20 PM (No. 1186896)
I don’t care what color your skin is. I want to know your philosophy and character.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 6/15/2022 6:52:20 PM (No. 1186993)
Conservative blacks can lead the others to the ways to succeed without the handouts from the racists in the Dem party.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Birddog 6/15/2022 8:14:38 PM (No. 1187086)
The whole (Trump supported) Candace Owens and "walk away" movement is bearing fruit... The Tent is Yuuuuge...and by the "New" Party party the Prodigals are feted as a matter of course.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: jeffkinnh 6/15/2022 9:07:54 PM (No. 1187150)
"having more Black conservatives in the House has helped to inspire more Black voters to give GOP candidates a chance" The author blathers on about "They must find out what our long-neglected community is truly after" but it was Trump that showed the way. We don't need to pander to the Black community. We need to provide equal opportunity for ALL Americans. Trump created an economy that got jobs for ALL and better wages for ALL. That lead to the greatest improvements in minority employment and wages in 50 YEARS. They still voted for Brandon and he crashed the economy and crushed the lower classes with inflation. SOME BLACKS have finally started to wake up to the reality that dems pander but don't deliver any meaningful improvements. Blacks in need to dem largess is far more important than actually FIXING Black problems or enabling them to fix the problems THEMSELVES. Republicans don't pander as much but, if Blacks demanded it, could deliver an economy that truly helps them.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 6/16/2022 5:54:44 AM (No. 1187347)
What the GOP needs is more constitutional conservatives of any color. As someone from a state with a republican senator who "used to be" democrat....beware of anyone who was at one time comfortable in the party that loves abortion and tolerates corruption.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: ARKfamily 6/16/2022 5:57:53 AM (No. 1187348)
#9, you are describing identity politics and Democrats use it for their platform.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: walcb 6/16/2022 7:25:46 AM (No. 1187405)
This is good on another level. In the past the only strategy to lure black voters and candidates was to offer them free stuff. With the dim party being so anti American, woke, for the perverted, anti law enforcement and on and on, the dims have walked away from hard working law abiding citizens of all colors. So the Republican party hasn't changed all that much to lure these people so much as the dim party has scared them away.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: bpl40 6/16/2022 8:08:12 AM (No. 1187441)
The tone here seems to be that as long as the best person for the job is nominated if they are black well and good. Why well and good? It makes no difference should be the answer.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 6/16/2022 8:11:23 AM (No. 1187444)
Not bad for a magazine that sold for one dollar in 2010.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: MickTurn 6/16/2022 9:35:27 AM (No. 1187549)
All of the 'Black' Folks I know are very smart. I have to wonder why so many of them believed the Democrap Lies!
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Reply 16 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 6/16/2022 9:42:44 AM (No. 1187566)
Here's the problem for Black Americans running for office in the Republican Party. Conservative blacks need to prepare themselves for being called "white supremist" which is what Larry Elder (who is black) was called when he ran for Governor of CA.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: What3rd 6/16/2022 10:01:04 AM (No. 1187595)
This is welcomed news. Maybe, with the influx of Black and Hispanic conservatives, we could see the end of the era of the turtle, lizzie, mittens and the Paul Rino Ryan's. Keep it up, and I may change my voting from independent back to Repub.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Zigrid 6/16/2022 10:41:21 AM (No. 1187655)
It appears to me...that the democrats are losing control of their two most dependable voters...blacks and hispanics are deserting them in droves...and now WE find out more blacks will represent WE the people than ever before....I guess WE're not racists...the big city plantations run by the democrats had to support the gender confused crowd...they needed a group to pump up their voting ranks...and a narrative telling US how bad Americans's that working out for ya...nervous Nancy...
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Italiano 6/16/2022 10:43:16 AM (No. 1187660)
Good. The White Republicans have sure screwed the pooch.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: little guy 6/16/2022 1:52:00 PM (No. 1187907)
Every black should support the party of Lincoln/Grant! Something I will never understand: The political party that enslaved their ancestors for over 200 years and then harassed their recent relatives with Jim Crow laws etc, is now embraced by about 85% of the black population! It's the party of the freebie and the hand-out so I kinda "get it" --- but --- really it's like the the Irish in southern Ireland voting for the Queen and her monarchy or Jews in Germany supporting a revitalized Nazi party! WTH??
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Reply 21 - Posted by: MDConservative 6/16/2022 2:50:37 PM (No. 1187966)
This is a welcome change, hopefully a trend. Good candidates are badly needed, particularly at the local and state levels. And now the local and state Republicans have to deal with this. In my Texas county, once reputed to be the most red in the state, the largest ethnic grouping is Asian (40 percent) - Indian primarily, Hispanics at 30 percent, with blacks and whites bringing up the rear at 15 percent apiece. Local Republicans are not particularly known for their hospitality to non-whites and non-Christians. And the local GOP wonders why they are losing offices left and right. Adapt and change...or perish. Wasn't long ago the Democrats were an asterisk in the election results. Those ten-gallon hats and blazing six-shooters don't have the same appeal they once did.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: FJB 6/16/2022 3:42:00 PM (No. 1188032)
Newsweak? Question the source.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Faithfully 6/16/2022 8:45:13 PM (No. 1188307)
I dislike and do not trust pols of any stripe. Keep an eye on them and see how wealthy they become.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: bobn.t 6/16/2022 9:31:17 PM (No. 1188355)
Great, Glad to hear and see that blacks are realizing that dems have done nothing for them fo 50 years.
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