In Pennsylvania, We’ll Turn Our Anger into Votes

In Pennsylvania, a state which shocked the nation in the 2016 Presidential elections, all roads lead to the ballot box on November 6. For Pennsylvanians across the state, this will be an election of the conscience. Many will reckon with the ballots they cast two years ago, while others, spurred by the current state of our union, will cast a vote for the first time in at least two years. To NAACP, success in the state means that both of these kinds of voters will head into polling stations unobstructed and highly informed about the issues they are voting on.

As part of our long-term civic engagement plan, NAACP recently launched a campaign to energize and turnout low to medium propensity African American voters. Focusing on six high priority states for the 2018…

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