Senate Likely To Remain Without Black Members For Years
September 27, 2012 - If the Senate were representative of the U.S. population, 13 of its 100 members would be African-American. But there have been only six black senators in the country's history.
Right now, there are zero. And it will likely remain that way after the 2012 elections, since none of the major Senate candidates are black. Read more at huffingtonpost.com.
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