The Republican National Committee is following through on its mission to court Black voters – last night officially opening its first Black American Engagement Center in College Park, south of Atlanta.

Dubbed a “community center,” the RNC says it is a sign of its intent to engage with minority voters ahead of the 2022 midterms, an area where the GOP has historically struggled.  That said, in 2020 then-President Donald Trump managed to pick up six percentage points among black men and five percentage points among Hispanic women from 2016.  He won Florida in large part due to gains made in Miami-Dade County, where he wooed Cuban Americans.   

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