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Biden Tries To Shore Up Black Support

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Biden Tries To Shore Up Black Support

Biden Tries To Shore Up Black Support

Joe Biden is working hard to win support among the African American community.

The former VP has speeches this week to the NAACP in Detroit and the Urban League in Indianapolis.

He released a criminal justice plan that addresses concerns many African Americans have about his past record.

The campaign then touted the plan in a web ad featuring an African American adviser.

Senator Kamala Harris is gaining support among black voters.

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