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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Ktyall Malik
"It attracted me that he was black, too, and that we had so many diverse candidates. I knew this election was going to be monumental, and I had to get involved," he said.
After watching clips of Mr. Obama at the Democratic National Convention in 2004, "I fell in love," said Ktyall, who created Strom Thurmond High's Aspiring Political Leaders of America club.