Pete Buttigieg, Accused of Claiming False Endorsements from Black South Carolina Leaders, Continues to Struggle with Black Voter Support


Nov 18, 2019 - 1:54
Pete Buttigieg, Accused of Claiming False Endorsements from Black South Carolina Leaders, Continues to Struggle with Black Voter Support

Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has struggled to gain support in the Black community, and a report about erroneous endorsements in South Carolina aren’t going to help is popularity much. While a CNN/Des Moines Register poll has him as the now-frontrunner in Iowa, the Mayor of South Bend receives less than 1% of support from Black voters. A reason for this could be Mayor Pete’s firing of South Bend’s first Black police chief who illegally recorded members of his own department as they tossed around racial slurs about him. Other reasons could be fact that Buttigieg is the first openly gay candidate to run for president, his youth and lack of experience and just plan electability. Whatever it may be, it’s clear that Black voters...

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