How GOP Plans to Engage African American Voters

RNC chairman Reince Priebus

RNC chairman Reince Priebus

The Republican National Committee (RNC) released Wednesday an introductory video for its new “Midweek Message” video series.

It features RNC African American Initiatives and Urban Media Fellow Leah Le’Vell discussing how African Americans can make their voice heard on the issues by registering to vote and joining the RNC’s Black Republican Activist team at GOP.com.

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“As the party of the open door, the Republican Party is committed to welcoming all voters and fighting for all communities. The series will make clear that we are the only Party with a fresh set of solutions for African Americans frustrated with Democrats like Hillary Clinton who have done nothing except taken their vote for granted while failing to provide real change,” said RNC chairman Reince Priebus.

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Donald Trump is the only candidate with a vision to unite all Americans, and as president he is going to create millions of new jobs, fight terrorism, and make sure working families have a brighter future,” Priebus believes.

According to RNC, a new video will be released every Wednesday, making the case why voters of all backgrounds cannot trust Hillary Clinton to lead the country at home or abroad, and why the Republican Party is the only party standing up for the interests of African American voters.

Photo / Video courtesy: RNC

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