Politics & Government

October 16, 2012 6:07 AM

'Operation Lemonade' started by black clergy: Will it get 'souls to the polls' for Obama?

When Republicans shortened early voting days in Florida, black leaders say it was like handing voters a lemon. "So we're going to make lemonade," Victor T. Curry, senior minister at New Birth Baptist Church, told 150 black pastors from South Florida on Monday.

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