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Current Event February 15, 2016

Black Vote in Presidential Election

As the presidential primaries continue, voters in the Democratic party are split between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Next up to vote: South Carolina. An important voting block for the Democratic party in the south is African Americans. And in South Carolina, as this story explains, black voters appear to be split between Sanders and Clinton. Listen to this story to hear from college students who are still undecided about who to support.

Politics Race

Story Length: 3:34

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AIR DATE: 02/11/2016

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