A ‘Laundry List’ or a ‘Feel’: Biden and Trump’s Clashing Appeals to Black Voters

A ‘Laundry List’ or a ‘Feel’: Biden and Trump’s Clashing Appeals to Black Voters

As President Biden took the stage in Philadelphia on Wednesday to launch his black voter outreach program, he methodically reviewed more than a dozen accomplishments, executive orders, appointments, investments and economic statistics. “The bottom line,” Mr. Biden summarized his talk, “is that we have invested more in Black America than any administration before in history.”…

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Gaza Isn’t Root of Biden’s Struggles With Young Voters, Polls Show

Gaza Isn’t Root of Biden’s Struggles With Young Voters, Polls Show

The outrage of young Americans over the war between Israel and Hamas has dominated political discussion for weeks. Democratic and Republican lawmakers have made pilgrimages to Columbia University and other campuses to support or denounce demonstrations in solidarity with Gaza, and President Biden addressed the unrest in his remarks on Thursday. But recent polls suggest…

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Koch Group Attacks Biden on the Economy, Hoping to Engage Latino Voters

Koch Group Attacks Biden on the Economy, Hoping to Engage Latino Voters

Libre, part of the political network founded by the billionaire industrialist Koch brothers, will unveil a seven-figure voter engagement and advertising campaign on Monday aimed at members of Congress who have supported President Biden’s “punitive economic policies.” The campaign, one of the group’s most extensive, includes digital ads, public events at Hispanic grocery stores and…

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