This country’s democracy was founded on the fundamental right to vote – to have one’s voice heard. However, as with too many other rights, Black women were not truly given this power until nearly 200 years after our Constitution was adopted.
Vice President Kamala Harris and advocacy groups marked National Voter Registration Day by doing outreach to voters seen as crucial to November's midterm elections.
With 22 days before the midterm elections, a new Higher Heights Leadership Fund #BlackWomenVote poll found that Black women are highly motivated to vote in the 2022 midterm elections, with nearly two-thirds (63%) saying they are more motivated now than ever.
A new national poll of Black women voters reveals a demographic that is highly motivated to vote in the 2022 midterm elections, with an overwhelming majority citing “pocketbook” issues, like the cost of housing and groceries as core concerns.