And she's a Tea Party activist and a Christian. Oh my. An interesting story, no doubt . . .
Hampton says her guiding light is constitutionally limited government, and she told Bailey that when trying to climb out of inner-city Detroit, she felt government and friends and family around her were rooting for her to fail . . . Black conservatives in the state told Bailey that Hampton "humanizes" a GOP that has seemed distant to African Americans. Rick Howland, a conservative radio show host in Louisville had this to say about her:More here.
"We know Democrats ain't doing nothing for us and we're afraid of Republicans, and all of a sudden here's a woman standing in who isn't afraid of them. Are there racists in the room with her? Sure, but there are racists in the Democrat room, too."