And They Created A Coalition Website: BlackRepublicansForCongress.com
Provo, Oct 26, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - In this election year, there are 30 black Republican candidates for the House - and Americans are entirely unaware. These candidates won their primaries which signals wide-spread acceptance of minorities by Republicans, and of Republican policies embraced by minorities.
These candidates are all religious, conservative, and believe in America values. Of them, 13 are women and half are former military or law enforcement. And they all support Donald Trump for President. Now they are organized as a national slate called "Black Republicans for Congress." Biographies and websites for all can be found at www.BlackRepublicansForCongress.com.
Full Press Release:
PROVO, UTAH, October 20, 2020 - In this 2020 election cycle, 30 black Republicans have won their way through their district primaries to represent the Republican party in the general election. From Massachusetts to California, these 30 candidates are now vying to win seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Of these 30 winners, 29 are quickly organizing as a national slate of candidates under the banner "Black Republicans for Congress."
These candidates are all religious, conservative, pro-Constitution, and pro-America. Of this group, 13 are women, and about half have served in the military or are from military and law enforcement families. And all support Donald Trump for President due to his support for black education and businesses, and especially for Trump's policies that stimulate jobs and opportunities for all Americans.
This is historic. Never have there been 30 black Republican candidates running at the same time. This demonstrates strong leadership among black Americans for conservative principles and values - as well as wide-spread support among Republican voters for minority candidates.
By comparison, only a total of 29 black Republican House members have served throughout the entire history of the Republican Party. Most were in the decades immediately following the civil war. Only 5 served in the last 20 years.
Further, there is a huge increase in black Republican voters in this election cycle - partly because they feel that the liberal Democratic agenda doesn't agree with their conservative, religious, pro-family values; also because they are fed up with the Democrat Party believing that they "own" the black vote in America. As a result, blacks, en masse, are saying they have been unrepresented and taken for granted by Democrats for years.
This exodus from the Democrat Party is not only among black voters, but other minorities as well. Movements such as such as Blexit, Lexit and Walk-Away emphasize the abandonment of Democrat policies; while Black Voices for Trump, Black Republicans for Congress, and others groups show enthusiasm for the Republican policies that have improved all Americans' lives, with particular improvements for blacks and minorities.
These candidates are committed to being far more effective and powerful in Congress and for the entire nation when they are elected as a united team. Running as a national lineup of candidates, they encourage last-minute support in all their campaigns.
Biographies, websites, and donation links for all these candidates can be found at www.BlackRepublicansForCongress.com. Interestingly, this is perhaps a first in donation technology in that a donor can select any or all of the candidates for donations, for any customized amount, and all on just one, online form.
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