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Buttigieg courts South Carolina black voters with his veteran status

Reuters Monday, 24 February 2020
Pete Buttigieg, the only veteran in the top tier of candidates seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, is turning to South Carolina's large military community to help shore up his nagging lack of support among black voters.
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