How social justice protests could affect the 2020 election

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How social justice protests could affect the 2020 election

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This article by Jenesse Miller looks at the campaign strategies of Joe Biden and Donald Trump as the social justice protests occur in the wake of police brutality. From the article, "Both Biden and Trump made plans to visit Kenosha in the wake of the civil unrest in that city. Trump toured businesses that had been damaged during riots and praised law enforcement, while Biden’s campaign announced he would hold a community meeting and speak with the family of Blake, who was shot seven times by police.
Each candidate’s actions were carefully choreographed to appeal to specific voters among their respective bases of support, but will their plans work?"

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