Biden to spotlight voting rights, Black voters in ‘Bloody Sunday’ Selma visit

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By Jeff Mason WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) – President Joe Biden will press his case for stronger voting rights during a visit to Alabama on Sunday to commemorate the 58th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” when state troopers beat peaceful protesters who were marching against discrimination. Biden’s trip to Selma is his latest event aimed at underscoring his commitment to Black voters, who helped propel him to the White House and remain a key constituency going into his expected 2024 re-election bid. It also is happening with Biden’s efforts to pass voting rights legislation stalled in Congres…

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