Why aren't black voters lining up in droves to vote for Doug Jones?

Seriously people. If you weren't motivated to vote last year then I really don't know what to say to you.

File this under "things I just don't understand." You would think that black voters in Alabama would already be camping…

But apparently, they're not particularly. The WaPo ran an article last week on the lack of enthusiasm from black voters in this race (https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/doug-joness-problem-african-american-voters-not-energized-by-alabama-senate-race/2017/11/24/c305a2ec-ce31-11e7-a1a3-0d1e45a6de3d_story.html?utm_term=.64a474274112) It quotes state Senator Hank Sanders as saying: “Right now, many African Americans do not know there is an election on December 12." This is not a new problem. White voters are a far more reliable voting base. We vote in presidential elections, midterms, special elections and runoffs at a much higher rate than minorities. In fact, one big reason that we're not all addressing President HIllary Rodham Clinton right now is that black voters did not turn out for her in the same numbers they did for Obama.