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Nov 14, 2022


Washington, DC (November 14, 2022) –  Last Tuesday’s midterm elections proved to be one of the most consequential in this nation’s history. As part of its Unity ’22 Black Voting & Power Building Campaign, The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) and its state partners conducted an exit poll survey of more than 2,500 Black voters at polling locations in key battleground and southern states throughout the country.  The national survey includes responses from Black voters in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland.

The purpose of the exit poll was to track Black voters' experience at the polls, gauge the importance of key issues driving them to the polls and a ranking of the policy priorities they want the next Congress to address.
On Thursday, November 17, at 1:00 p.m., EST, the NCBCP will hold a virtual media briefing to present and discuss these findings and their relevance in future elections, including the Georgia runoff.  Interested media organizations are invited to register and participate in the virtual media briefing.

Virtual Briefing Information
Melanie L. Campbell - President/CEO National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever, Researcher and author of the Award-Winning Book, How Exceptional Black Women Lead
Dr. Elsie Scott, Founding Director - Ronald W. Walters Leadership & Public Policy Center, Howard University
Tiffany Dominique, Convener, Philadelphia Unity Coalition, Urban Affairs Coalition, Youth Outreach Adolescent Awareness Project (YOACAP)
Rev. Dr. Judith C. Moore Convener, Pittsburgh/Mon Valley Black Women’s Roundtable, Executive Director, Sisters Saving Ourselves NOW
Ms. Tameka M. Ramsey, Convener, Eastern MI Black Women’s Roundtable; Michigan Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Salandra Benton, State Convener, Florida Black Women’s Roundtable Florida Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Helen Butler, Convener, Georgia Black Women’s Roundtable Executive Director, Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda 
Deborah Scott, Executive Director, Georgia Stand-UPState Partner, NCBCP Unity 2020 GA
Felicia Davis, Convener, Clayton County GA Black Women’s Roundtable; Director, HBCU Green Fund
Stephanie Moore, Convener, Kalamazoo Michigan Black Women’ Roundtable, Mothers of Hope
Pierrette M. Talley, Convener, Ohio Coalition on Black Civic Participation, Co-Convener, Ohio Black Women’s Roundtable
Letetia Daniels Jackson, Convener, South Alabama Black Women’s Roundtable
Cassandra Welchlin Co-Convener & Lead State Organizer, Mississippi Black Women’s Roundtable, Mississippi Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Krysta Jones, Convener, Co-Convener, Virginia Black Women’s Roundtable
Mary Pat Hector,  State Coordinator, Georgia Black Youth Vote, Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda
Marian Harriel, State Coordinator, Florida Black Youth Vote, Florida Coalition on Black Civic Participation

WHEN: Thursday, November 17, 1:00 p.m., EST - 3:00 p.m, EST
TO PARTICIPATE: RSVP using the following link here
Virtual briefing will also be live-streamed on the NCBCP Facebook platform at and on #RolandMartinUnfiltered, Facebook, 


The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) is one of the most active civil rights and social justice organizations in the nation “dedicated to increasing civic engagement, economic and voter empowerment in Black America.”  The Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) is the women and girls empowerment arm of the NCBCP. At the forefront of championing just and equitable public policy on behalf of Black women, BWR promotes their health and wellness, economic security & prosperity, education and global empowerment as key elements for success. Black Youth Vote is the youth-led civic leadership, training and organizing arm of the NCBCP. For more information on the NCBCP’s Unity 2020 National Campaign go to

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