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Democracy in Color is transforming American politics by focusing attention on the voting power of people of color.

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When Will Democrats Learn? Lessons from Alex Sink’s 2014 Race

248704-hispanic-americans.jpg2014 was a disastrous year for Democrats, with Republicans seizing control of the Senate. This gave the GOP full control of Congress and the power to pin down President Obama during his last two years in office. After experiencing a pounding in the past two midterm elections, you’d think that Democrats would’ve learned a thing or two about running from President Obama and his progressive policies. Here’s what we know: When candidates ignore the New American Majority, they will ultimately lose. By running away from the President and his landmark Affordable Care Act, as did Democrat Alex Sink, in her bid for Florida’s 13th Congressional District; Sink surrendered her support from people of color, and with them her hopes of winning the election.

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