Former KKK leader Duke wants to Senate

Former KKK leader Duke wants to Senate

World July 22, 2016 19:12

- David Duke, a former leader of the infamous Ku Klux Klan, has set Friday candidate for the US Senate as a representative on behalf of the state of Louisiana.

Duke said in a video clip that he believes in equal rights for all Americans but he also demands respect for the heritage of European Americans,, '.

The 66-year-old ex-Grand Wizard 'made in the past as part of the Louisiana parliament, where the tension between black and white the last time schedule. An attempt on behalf of the Republicans failed to be governor. Duke was fifteen months in prison for tax evasion and forgery. He confessed.
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Duke has a lot of competition for a place in the Senate. There are no primaries of the parties. The names of all candidates are on the same ballot. When in November no one gets a majority, there will be a run-off between the two with the most votes.

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