Ron Buckmire

President, Barbara Jordan/Bayard Rustin Coalition

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Chairman of the Mathematics Department at Occidental College and president of the Barbara Jordan/Bayard Rustin Coalition, a black gay-rights group in Los Angeles, California

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Barack Obama 's expected to produce a record turnout of African American voters in California, and that could have an impact beyond the presidential election.

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Barack Obama 's expected to produce a record turnout of African American voters in California, and that could have an impact beyond the presidential election.

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