Black Voting Rate Surpassed White Voting Rate In 2012

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Black Voting Rate Surpassed White Voting Rate In 2012

According to Census Bureau data, 66.2 percent of eligible African-American voters turned out to cast a ballot in the 2012 election, compared to 64.1 percent of eligible Caucasian voters, the first time on record that blacks have surpassed whites in voter turnout rate. What do you think?

  • “And Mitt Romney still lost?!”

    Spencer Simeon
    Frame Trimmer
  • “Is it time we finally take minority voters seriously? Because I’m not going to do that.”

    Valerie Spinola
    Reconsignment Clerk
  • “Black people have all the power in this country.”

    Dean Weber
    Wood Model Maker