Saturday, November 12, 2016

BlakPAC Scores Historic Minority Gains For Republicans In 2016

Throughout the 2016 election, BlakPAC engineered the largest single minority Get Out The Vote effort in Republican Party history, helping give President-elect Donald Trump the difference he needed to win key battle ground states such as Florida on Election Day.

BlakPAC Chairman George Farrell said of the effort, "We are very proud to announce that more black Americans voted for Donald Trump than did for Mitt Romney in 2012 as a result of our efforts, and we couldn’t be happier Mr. Trump will be the next President of the United States.”

“BlakPAC’s nationwide network of grassroots workers and volunteers used our proprietary database of registered minority voters to connect with minorities in key swing states to drive turnout for and elect Donald Trump and Mike Pence. Our work now continues to make America greater for all Americans,” Farrell said.
“With more black Americans waking up to the reality that the Democrat Party has left them behind, it is increasingly vital that Republicans successfully reach out to black voters, a section of the electorate who are inclined toward Republican ideals in the first place," Farrell concluded.

With BlakPAC activists working in the key battle ground states  with Carlos Montero, Derreck Hankerson and Latresa Jones and Barbara Toddof Florida, Ohio, Earl Phillip of North Carolina, and Derek Wilburn of Colorado, as well as undertaking efforts to expand the minority vote in traditional Republican states like Mike Lee and Nachelle Foster of Texas and Honorable Elbert Guillory of Louisiana, there is no denying the impact made by the relatively new group to the political scene.

By securing these massive gains in this election year, BlakPAC has firmly established it's self as a major force for many election seasons to come.
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