During elections, why don't the Republicans come to the poor black neighborhoods for votes?

In the commercials too, I never see them shaking hands and building a friendship with black people in the ghettos, hoods of America, and not even the black middle class neighborhoods even at that. There is isolation between black people and Republicans during elections, watch your election commercials. It's... show more In the commercials too, I never see them shaking hands and building a friendship with black people in the ghettos, hoods of America, and not even the black middle class neighborhoods even at that. There is isolation between black people and Republicans during elections, watch your election commercials. It's always a white farmer, no pun intended, or a family from a very small all white town. Wouldn't that give you the feeling that Republicans don't care about black people because they never made the effort to get to know them and get their votes instead. This is the reason black people always voted democrat. The democrats actually went to their neighborhoods and talked with them about real issues that concerned them like poverty, crime, etc. Do you think it's that Republicans can't relate or they just don't care? Either way it's bad for Republicans on getting to know the black people and building trust, friendship, and votes. Not every black person is poor, there are a lot of wealthy black people, but the Republicans never really lean towards black people for the votes like Democrats do during election time.
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