The Black Vote Lady’s Tee
In 1870, as the Civil War concluded, Black men were granted the right to vote. The “vote” was referred to as the “Negro Vote” which many pundits and journalist today refer to as the “Black Vote.” To deter Blacks from voting, many southern states used poll taxes, literacy tests, and even intimidation tactics to keep them from casting a ballot. Initially, Blacks were loyal to the Republican Party due to the efforts of Abraham Lincoln. However, after Lyndon B. Johnson passed the Voting Rights Act in 1965, which prohibited racial discrimination in voting, Blacks shifted their support to the Democratic Party. Politicians from the each party pine for the “Black Vote” as if it’s a crowned jewel. Is your “Black” vote as important to you as it is to them.
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