• Keneshia N. Grant, Ph.D.

2020 candidates fighting for support of black lawmakers and their powerful voting bloc-USA Today

Updated: Jul 17, 2019

Story by Deborah Barfield Berry and Eliza Collins


“If black voters do show up in a bloc it’s going to make a big difference,’’ said Keneshia Grant, a political scientist at Howard University. “I can imagine a scenario where members of the CBC are traveling together in groups around the South for example, ahead of South Carolina, or Super Tuesday and people being compelled by their presence and their endorsement.”


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