As election day creeps closer, the Black Conservative Federation (BFC) is deploying hundreds of black conservatives to campaign in key states for national and local elections. . .
In a statement, BCF said it is committed to its goal of “expanding the Black conservative movement.”
The day was initially supposed to just take place in races in the Washington D.C.-metro area as a way to commemorate its two-year anniversary, but “the idea quickly evolved into a larger partnership with the Republican National Committee and state and local leaders to help ensure conservative candidates have the additional support they need in their final push across the finish line.”
“We’re taking it back old school and in the most grassroots way possible,” stated BCF President Diante Johnson. “Whether it’s phone banking, knocking doors, or sign waving, our goal is to have a Black conservative presence in key areas all around the country. This is an important election and BCF plans to do its part to help spread the red wave.” (Read more from “Black Conservatives Take Action in Key Republican Races” HERE)