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18%

If Donald Trump receives just 18% of African American votes in key swing states, he will win in a landslide.


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In 1988 George H.W. Bush won the White House with a landslide victory by getting 60% of the white vote. Yet, in 2012, Mitt Romney, received 60% of the white vote and lost handily.

A Changing Electorate

The American electorate has changed dramatically over the past 25 years. Due to higher birth rates and massive legal immigration, the number of black and Hispanic voters has increased dramatically. Recent tests have proven that radio and target TV advertising can win over a minimum of 18% of African American voters, which completely changes the metrics and results of national contests, resulting in landslide victories for Republican candidates.

Results After Targeted Advertising
Chart showing result of support after targeted advertising

A Proven Strategy

There is a proven method for conservative Republican candidates to win over African American and Hispanic voters in numbers significant enough to reverse the prospects of the Democratic Party and make the Republicaton Party the dominant political party in America.

That proven and relatively inexpensive method is via the use of the old medium of radio and through the targeted use of broadcast television.

Recent tests have proven that this approach can win over a minimum of 18% of African American voters. In doing so, it completely changes the metrics and results of national contests, resulting in landslide victories for Republican candidates.

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Chart showinf result of support after target advertsing

An Ambitious Goal

Our goal is to run radio and TV ads that target African American voters in eight swing states— Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Colorado, and New Mexico. We would love to run ads in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania as well, but it would likely take twice as much money to do that. In fact, we would love to run ads to Hispanics in those states also, but unless a miracle happens, that’s just out of reach.

In order to produce and run ads in all of these states, we need to raise a total of $3.6 million dollars before September 1, 2016. It’s an ambitious goal, but with your support, we believe we can make it and swing the election.

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Radio and TV advertising directed to selected African American voters is not only effective, it is also cost effective, and the key to winning over black voters in 2016.

Hillary vs Trump

On The Issues

Abortion

Hillary Clinton

Supports even in the 9th month of pregnancy

Weekly Standard 9/21/15

Donald Trump

“…has promised to appoint anti-abortion justices to the Supreme Court if he gets elected.”

Christian Daily 5/13/16

School Choice

Hillary Clinton

“I know there are some who believe that vouchers are the way to improve our public schools; I believe they are dead wrong...”

Remarks To The National Education Association union, Orlando, FL, 7/5/99

Donald Trump

“…I'm very much in favor of school choice. Let schools compete for kids. I guarantee that if you forced schools to get better or close because parents didn't want to enroll their kids there, they would get better.”

Manhattan Institute 11/12/15

Keystone Pipeline

Hillary Clinton

“Opposes building it.”

CNN 9/22/15

Donald Trump

“Supports building it.”

CNN 8/17/15

Jobs, Taxes & Wages

Hillary Clinton

Proposed a 10 year, 10 trillion dollar tax increase that forecasts will reduce wages and cut economic output.

The Hill, 1/26/16

“Plan would lower wages and cost more than 300,000 jobs.”

Tax Foundation

Donald Trump

“…would cut taxes by $11.98 trillion over the next decade. The plan would also lead to… 6.5 percent higher wages, and 5.3 million more full-time equivalent jobs.”

Tax Foundation

Border Security

Hillary Clinton

Opposes construction of a border security fence on the U.S. border with Mexico.

Investor’s Business Daily 3/9/16

Donald Trump

Supports construction of a security fence on the U.S. border with Mexico to stop illegal drugs and terrorist infiltration. Endorsed by U.S. Border Patrol union

LA Times 5/12/16

U.S. Supreme Court Nominees

Hillary Clinton

Unconcerned with infiltration by terrorists. Opposes a temporary hold. “Hillary spurns the idea that any group of newcomers could pose a danger.”

New York Post 12/17/15

Donald Trump

Trump called “for a temporary halt” to Muslim immigration until the problem of terrorist infiltration can be solved

National Review 12/8/15