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  1. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg Joined HIT CBC-ALC Evening Party

    HIT Strategies hosted the #BlackPowerShift event during CBC week with Crooked Media, A-B Partners, and Precision Strategies. Secretary

  2. Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Press Secretary, Addressed HIT’s First CBC-ALC Event  

    We hosted White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre at our event, “A Toast to Black Journalists and Contributors,”

  3. Democratic Firms Release Poll-Report Outlining Way for Democrats to Lead on Public Safety and Navigate Crime Issues Ahead of Midterms

    Report Includes Poll Showing 62 percent of Americans Support Safety Funding Alternatives Over Maximizing Funding for Police   Washington,

  4. E-Blast: Majority of Black Voters Think Biden Should Run in 2024; 74% Approve of His Job Performance 📌  

    Even before an official campaign announcement, a majority of Black voters (59%) believe President Biden should run for president in 2024. And 74 percent of Black voters approve of his job performance, according to HIT Strategies’ latest survey of Black voters (BlackTrack).

  5. E-Blast: RCCA Passage in D.C. is a Big Win for Public Safety Advocates and HIT Research ✅  

    Over a decade in the making, the District of Columbia (D.C.) Council overrode a veto to pass the Revised Criminal Code Act (RCCA) this week. The revised code will serve to recondition DC’s current criminal justice system, clearly defining crimes, terms, and penalties and repealing outdated offenses.

  6. E-Blast: HIT Strategies Cited by The Guardian as Leading Firm Encouraging Youth Turnout and Challenging Generalization that Gen-Z is Too Lazy 📰 

    In a few states, the increased youth-vote share for Democrats contributed to Democrats winning important races. Subsequently, we spoke with The Guardian about our work encouraging candidates and campaigns to employ tactics to mobilize young voters and throw away generalizations that young voters are lazy or don’t care.


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