Harris dances with drum line, leads chant at SC convention

Harris dances with drum line, leads chant at SC convention
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Presidential candidate Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisHarris keeps up 'little dude' attack on Trump after debate The crosshairs of extremism  On The Money: Democratic candidates lay into Trump on trade | China exempts US soybeans, pork from tariff hikes | Congress set to ignore Trump's wall request in stopgap measure MORE (D-Calif) was seen dancing alongside a drum line when she arrived at the South Carolina Democratic Party convention on Saturday.

The 2020 contender then lead a chant with her supporters, changing their “Kamala” cry to her campaign slogan of “For The People.”

Harris is one of several Democrats in South Carolina this weekend.

The state’s primary is crucial for candidates to put up an early showing of support, particularly among African American voters, who make up 61 percent of the state’s primary electorate.

The contest has particularly high states for Harris and Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerCastro attack shines spotlight on Biden's age CNN, NY Times to host next Democratic debate in October Poll: College students say Warren won third Democratic debate MORE (D-N.J.), the only two black candidates in the field.

Twenty-one of the 24 Democratic presidential candidates are speaking at the state’s party convention.

South Carolina Democrats, however, are being criticized for only allowing MSNBC to cover the event, barring news outlets including Fox News, CNN and C-SPAN in an unprecedented move.