One of the most important things to remember about the 2016 election is that the Black vote is not exclusive to one party or another. On the contrary, the Black vote is available to any Presidential candidate who can convince the Black voters that they are the best candidate to fight for resolutions of the issues affecting the Black community.
The South Carolina Democratic Primary is where the 2016 democratic Presidential hopefuls will have to win over a state where the majority of the voters will be Black.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are vying heavily for African American support. The one that wins the Black vote is the one that gets closer to a 4-year mortgage free stay at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C.
The South Carolina Democratic Primary can be the litmus test that pinpoints the issues and strategies work best in attracting Black voters. Get more on the importance of the 2016 South Carolina Democratic Primary @ South Carolina's Primary and the Last Minute Push for the Black Vote - News & Views - EBONY