The candidate running to be the first black woman governor in U.S. history says the Democratic Party needs to stop pretending to be Republican
This Election Day, the country will be watching to see if the Democratic Party can begin to recover from their disastrous loss in the presidential election last year.
The woman who could make history next year as the first black woman governor of Georgia—or of any state in U.S. history—has a few ideas on how Dems can win their elections.
And the main thing Democratic candidates need to stop doing, she says, is pretending to be Republicans.
Watch her exclusive interview with Black Enterprise for her thoughts on the right way to court disaffected white voters.
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