Newly released survey sheds light on top issues for Black voters in 2022 midterms
TYPE:HIT In The News
AUDIENCE:Reproductive Justice, Public Safety, Critical Race Theory/Education, Race and Racism, African-Americans
HIT founding partner Terrance Woodbury was quoted in The Hill about HIT’s research with Black to the Future Action Fund:
“’Black voters will turn out to vote if they feel their vote has the power to make change on the issues that matter to them,’ said Terrance Woodbury, founding partner of HIT Strategies. ‘They are a persuasion audience—Black voters will feel empowered when they receive messaging that explains how their votes have delivered positive policy outcomes. Right now, those key priorities for Black voters are cost of living, abortion, and discrimination.’”
Read the full article on The Hill website.