African American activists working to create a ‘black voting wave’ for midterms


With the midterm elections just a week away, all eyes are on hotly contested races that could flip Congress and change the political game.  

Many of those races are in the South – where hundreds of African American activists are currently working day and night to help create a black voting wave. 

From ‘black joy’ brunches to national text messaging programs, various PACs are hoping to encourage voters to register for an election they’ve commonly sat out.

And its these efforts that could sway tight races, including governor elections in Georgia and Florida and a senator election in Mississippi.

Color of Change is just one of the PACs currently working to change black turnout in key election states. 

Hundreds of African American activists are working to help create a black voting wave in the midterm elections that could help usher in the likes of Stacey Abrams (pictured), who is neck and neck in the race for Georgia governor 

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