How One Texas Progressive Group Is Mobilizing Unlikely Black And Latino Voters

When talking to potential voters, activists emphasize real-world issues, not candidates.

By Christopher ConnellyNovember 1, 2018 9:30 am| , , , ,

From KERA:

In a nondescript West Dallas office complex, David Villalobos is on a roll, talking to about three dozen men and women – mostly black and Latino – all in matching teal shirts. They are canvassers for the Texas Organizing Project, preparing to hit the streets and knock on doors. Villalobos is answering a question about getting people to talk about the election when they’re not very interested in voting.

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