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All of these black women will rally African American voters around Clinton's candidacy in the upcoming South Carolina primary on Feb. The women will serve as surrogates for Clinton, a Democrat, and according to the campaign, they will host debate watch parties, neighborhood meetings, and women-only phone banks. RELATED: Meet La Davia Drane, Clinton's Director of African-American Outreach The announcement comes as Clinton begins campaigning in New Hampshire five days before the Feb.
They will also walk door-to-door to businesses that include beauty salons, barber shops and grocery stores to carry Clinton's message about closing the pay gap for women, fighting for paid family leave, raising the minimum wage, and protecting women's reproductive rights. 9 primary and after winning a razor-thin contest in Iowa against Sen. Most polls show Sanders leading Clinton by wide margins -- for now.
· Councilwoman Edith Childs, Greenwood County, South Carolina · Karen Civil, Social Media Influencer · Councilwoman Barbara B Clark, Jasper County, South Carolina · Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, New York · Retired Brigadier General Julia Cleckley · Verna Cleveland, Atlanta Olive Oil Company · Dr.
Lady June Cole, President, Allen University · Elder Rosalyn Coleman, South Carolina · Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, New Jersey · Elsa Collins, Consultant · Councilwoman Janie Cooper-Smith, Orangeburg County, South Carolina · Rev. Karen Smith Daughtry · Councilwoman Tameika Isaac Devine, Columbia City, South Carolina · Councilwoman Joyce Dickerson, Richland County, South Carolina · Councilwoman Gail Diggs, Aiken City, South Carolina · State Representative Chandra Dillard, South Carolina · Councilwoman Juile-Ann Dixon, Richland County, South Carolina · Councilwoman Angela Douglas, Chester City, South Carolina · Hazel Dukes, Past President of the NAACP · Congresswoman Donna Edwards, Maryland · Monica Elkins-Johnson, Richland County School Board Member, South Carolina · Marietta English, President, AFT Maryland · Leecia Eve, Vice President, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut regions, Verizon · Rev. Elaine Flake · Councilwoman Lillian Flemming, Greenville City, South Carolina · Councilwoman Gracie Floyd, Anderson County, South Carolina · Vivica Fox, Actress · Former Mayor Shirley Franklin, Atlanta, Georgia · Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, Ohio · Sybrina Fulton, Mother of Trayvon Martin · Councilwoman Lottie Gibson, Greenville County, South Carolina · Dr.
· Valiesha Butterfield-Jones, Political Strategist, Founder of WEEN · Yolanda Caraway, President and CEO, The Caraway Group, Inc.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to the crowd during the King Day at the Dome rally at the S. State House January 18, 2016 in Columbia, South Carolina. Hillary Clinton, looking ahead to the South Carolina primary, is strategically mobilizing black voters during a critical stretch in the 2016 presidential campaign.
The event drew appearances from Democratic presidential candidates Sen. The Clinton campaign announced Wednesday that more than 170 prominent African American women leaders have endorsed the former Secretary of State in her bid to become the nation's first female president. "Hillary Clinton has been fighting for African American women and girls her entire career - and she's not going to stop now," La Davia Drane, Director of African American Outreach for the Clinton campaign, said in a statement.