The Inquirer – If Jones has any chance of winning on Tuesday, he’s going to need tens of thousands more voters like Shields — African Americans who are now the heart and soul of the Democratic Party in Alabama and across the Deep South, and who have the ability to tip the scales in what’s expected, despite all the national publicity, to be a low-turnout election.
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