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Posted by Black Voices for Trump on Friday, July 10, 2020
Bloomberg reports, The Republican National Committee is working alongside President Donald Trump’s campaign to recruit Black, Latino and Asian-Pacific American voters to support his re-election even as the president has faced criticism for stoking racial tensions and culture wars.
The groups are reaching out directly to potential voters and the RNC is also targeting minority-focused media outlets to tout Trump’s message. In recent weeks it placed op-eds in Spanish and Asian outlets to tout the start of the U.S. Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade.
The efforts are an extension of a Republican report after the 2012 election that concluded the party needed to attract more minorities to expand its base, according to party officials. In 2016 against Hillary Clinton, Trump drew only 8% of the Black vote, 28% of the Latino vote and 27% of the Asian vote.
Republicans are mindful that Trump won several states by slim margins and see any improvement this November as a chance to help in his fight against Joe Biden, who is leading in polls nationally and in battleground states.
“It’s really about building the base of the party,” Swati Singh, strategic initiatives director for the RNC, said. “We’re recruiting volunteers that are taking the message to their communities.”
Inside the Trump campaign’s strategy for getting Black voters to the polls
By PBS, July 10, 2020
President Donald Trump’s message to Black voters in 2016 was characteristically blunt. “What do you have to lose,” he liked to ask, by voting for a Republican after years of broken promises from the Democratic Party?
Eight percent of Black voters supported Trump in 2016, more than supported the Republican nominees who ran against President Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, but less than backed President George W. Bush in 2004.
The Trump campaign entered 2020 hoping to boost the president’s support among Black voters. But the campaign’s plans for a more robust approach than the one Trump took four years ago have been complicated by the president’s struggle to respond to nationwide protests over racial injustice and a pandemic that is disproportionately affecting people of color.
Sean Jackson, the chairman of the Black Republican Caucus of Florida, said the way Trump has handled both crises have made it harder for him to convince conservative Black voters in his state to ignore Trump’s rhetoric and focus on his policies.
Before the protests started, “folks were starting to get to the point of saying we think you may be right, we’ll start ignoring the stupidity and the jibber jabber that comes out of the White House,” Jackson said. “The little inroads that I made all washed away instantaneously.”
“If [Black voters] saw him handle this situation in a manner that was more sensitive to the raw emotions of Black America, they probably would be willing to come to his defense much more,” Jackson said.
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