White Texan Wins Election After Pretending To Be Black

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White Texan Wins Election After Pretending To Be Black

A white conservative won a seat on the Houston Community College Board of Trustees after sending out flyers in his predominantly black neighborhood that showed stock images of African-Americans and included an endorsement by a family member who has the same name as a popular local black politician. What do you think?

  • “Mitt Romney has to be kicking himself right now.”

    Buford Grazer
    Auctioneer
  • “Don’t be so naive. No one gets on the Houston Community College Board of Trustees without a few dirty tricks.”

    Leah Palevsky
    Systems Analyst
  • “This is exactly the kind of thing that causes people to lose trust in what’s printed on flyers.”

    Weston Zane
    Cotton Grower