Kamala Harris announced Thursday the rollout of a slate of endorsements in South Carolina
Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris on Thursday announced the launch of a list of backers in South Carolina, including one of its longest-serving black lawmakers.
The California senator expects assistance to show its potential to reach broad sectors of the essential early voting state.
In statements made by the Harris campaign, Watson, a teacher at the public school, said she supported Harris' proposals “treat teachers like the professionals they are.” Willis also mentioned Harris’ Plans for the teachers called her “the candidate willing to speak truth to power.”
Henegan, a former teacher, such as Harris, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the oldest black women's association in the country, will connect with this vast network as well as organize it in rural communities, according to the campaign.
Moore, the owner of a small company whose sister was among the nine churches killed in the Charleston firefight in 2015, Progressive, although he was resorted to firmly by several other campaigns, told the Associated Press that he was partially supporting Harris because he saw it as the best force To take on President Donald Trump. .
"She has a record of standing up to the bullies," he said.
CTM News | 28th March 2019