Look Who's Running: Black Republicans Seeking Political Office

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  • They're the Ticket
  • Michael Ovitz, Illinois General Assembly
  • Will Hurd, Will Hurd, 23rd Congressional District of Texas
  • Kim Taylor, New Jersey General Assembly
  • Bill Randall, Mayor of Wake Forest, North Carolina
  • Charles Lollar, Governor of Maryland
  • Glo Smith, 5th Congressional District of Florida
  • Lisa Fritsch, Governor of Texas
  • John Campbell Jr., New Jersey General Assembly
  • Brenda Lenard, U.S. Senate, Tennessee
  • Mia Love, 4th Congressional District of Utah
  • Erika Harold, 13th Congressional District of Illinois
  • Stefanie Carter, Texas Railroad Commissioner
  • Katrina Pierson, 32nd Congressional District of Texas
  • David Earl Williams III, 9th Congressional District of Illinois
  • A.D. Lenoir Sr., Miami Dade Commissioner
  • Michael Scott Carter, Illinois State Treasurer
  • Chris Hailey, Sheriff, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

They're the Ticket

Like Democrats, Republicans come in different ideological stripes but have one thing in common: a desire to rein in government spending. This group of Black GOPers could make history in city halls and state houses across the nation and on Capitol Hill. Joyce Jones

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