Columbia, South Carolina – A prominent organization of black ladies activists in South Carolina that sponsored Kamala Harris encouraged Joe Biden on Tuesday, similarly strengthening the previous vice president's standing inside the first-in-the-South primary nation.
Referred to as "The Reckoning crew," the institution of three dozen ladies consists of modern-day and previous elected officers, activists, and faith leaders and has performed a critical function in grassroots organizing inside the country. Biden's route to the nomination relies heavily on the South Carolina primary, which figures to play an outsized function in figuring out the birthday celebration's presidential nominee due to its high percentage of African American citizens.
"It's time for us to unite as one and positioned all of our strength at the back of the candidate who will now not handiest beat Donald Trump but is aware of a way to restore what he is broken on day one," said the group's founder, Bernice Scott, a former Richland County councilwoman. "And from there, we are confident Joe will continue to build on the history he made with Barack Obama."
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