NAACP seeks to boost Black voter turnout in six states

The NAACP is looking to boost turnout among Black voters in six swing states ahead of the presidential election. 

The effort looks to use 200,000 “high-propensity” Black voters, or those who have cast ballots in recent races, to encourage “low-frequency” Black voters to either mail in votes or head to the polls in Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The drive’s goal is to increase Black turnout by 5 percent from 2016. 

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