Goin’ to the chapel to get out the vote

Ahead of January’s runoff election in Georgia, the Black church has been, once again, thrust into the spotlight as an organizing force for voters and as a point of contention for conservatives. POLITICO reporter Maya King talks with Dr. Freddy Haynes, senior pastor at Dallas’ massive Friendship-West church, about the historic role that the Black church has played in American politics, from Harriet Tubman to Martin Luther King Jr. to Senate runoff candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock, and what he’s hoping to see from a Biden-Harris administration.