In Alabama and in South Carolina, Southern Democrats regained governorships and staged a comeback thanks in large measure to larger than predicted turnout among black voters.
- John Zippert, Co-Publisher of the Greene County Democrat in Eutah, Alabama, and Co-Chair of the Alabama Black Belt Defense Committee.
- Rev. J.M. Flemming, Chairperson of Concerned Citizens for Equal Justice in Greenville, South Carolina.
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