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150 years ago, Republicans fought hard for Black voter turnout

History Refocused: Oscar James Dunn was one of 1,500 Black men elected to office during the Civil War Reconstruction period. Black voter turnout was at a high, thanks to a big push from President Lincoln and Congressional Republicans.

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