Exclusive: Black executives' PAC backs 14 candidates in quest to boost economic might

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September 12, 2018 - 

A new political organization launched by African-American business executives is expanding quickly and endorsed 14 House, Senate and gubernatorial candidates Monday, as it seeks to push black economic issues to the forefront of November’s midterm elections.

The Black Economic Alliance is putting its financial clout and connections behind candidates in high-profile races. That includes Democrat Mike Espy, the former congressman and U.S. agriculture secretary now in a three-way battle for a U.S. Senate seat from Mississippi, the state with the highest percentage of African-American residents in the nation. Visit www.usatoday.com to read full article. 

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