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GOP Congressional Candidate Kim Klacik Making a Run To Win Baltimore!


Quick, what is the Democrats biggest fear?

Strong, Republican black women!

Just like Kim Klacik, who’s currently running for Baltimore’s congressional seat.

Weeks ago, she released a campaign video where she walked around rundown Baltimore and asked voters what Democrats have given them other than slums?

And she’s at it again!

Take a look at her latest campaign video:

Here's more on her latest release from Fox News:

Kim Klacik, the GOP congressional candidate from Baltimore, has attempted to do something that Hollywood executives often try, but seldom succeed: make a sequel better than the first.

Klacik, who hopes to fill a vacant seat left by the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, the legendary Democrat, posted her first campaign video in August on her Twitter account, which propelled her to be embraced by top Republicans and interviewed by some of the most influential shows in the country, including ABC's "The View."

The original ad was simple. She wore a red dress and took viewers on a tour of a city that seemed abandoned. The message to voters in Maryland’s 7th Congressional District was: The city has been plagued by violence and unemployment after 53 years of Democrat rule, isn’t it time to try something new?

Her new video returns to the same theme. She takes viewers on a tour of a city filled with vacant buildings and garbage bags. She called the situation dangerous and said one of her first priorities will be getting the trash collected.

“Our streets should be a  reflection of our leaders: clean, not dirty,” she said. She offered some solutions. She said that she will support tax credits and incentive programs to give residents in the city a chance to buy some of the 17,000 vacant homes in the city. She said she wants to end the “school to prison pipeline” by introducing school choice.

Check out the responses on Twitter to her new ad:

Klacik hits a point that black voters should pay attention to.

Democrats want blacks to live in slums and remain dependent on government welfare checks.

Republicans want to bring jobs to blacks and see them succeed!

Here's more on Klacik's campaign from the New York Post:

A black Republican candidate looking to fill the Baltimore congressional seat left vacant by the death of Rep. Elijah Cummings is taking on Democrats — both local and nationwide —  in a viral video that blasts entrenched leaders for allowing Baltimore to descend into decades of poverty and crime.

In the walking-tour video, Kim Klacik also urges black residents to throw out Rep. Kweisi Mfume, who beat her in a special election to fill Cummings’ seat after his death last year.

“Do you care about black lives? The people that run Baltimore don’t. I can prove it. Walk with me. They don’t want you to see this,” Klacik says in the ad posted Monday to Twitter.

The video shows Klacik, in a red dress and heels, touring dilapidated areas of Maryland’s 7th Congressional District. The ad gained 4.4 million views on Twitter in less than a day.

“This is the reality for black people every single day: crumbling infrastructure, abandoned homes, poverty and crime. Baltimore has been run by the Democrat Party for 53 years. What is the result of their decades of leadership?” she says.

Klacik passes boarded-up and burned-out townhouses and trash heaps in abandoned lots, denouncing Democrats for potentially making the situation worse by defunding police.

“The Democrat Party have betrayed the black people of Baltimore. If the politicians walk the streets like I do, they would see exactly how their policies and corruption affects us,” Klacik says.

Also, take a look at Klacik's appearance at the RNC:


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