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First African-American Elected to Statewide Office in KY... and She is a Black Tea Party Activist!

First African-American Elected to Statewide Office in KY... and She is a Black Tea Party Activist!

By Amber Phillips for The Washington Post

Kentucky's newest lieutenant governor-elect is unique in many ways. She and her running mate, Gov.-elect Matt Bevin, are some of this election cycle's first victorious political outsiders. (Bevin had been likened to Donald Trump).

Jenean Hampton is also the first African American to be elected to statewide office in Kentucky. And she's just one of a handful of black women on the national level to identify with the tea party movement.

Read more about her at The Washington Post...

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