In Trump Era, Texas Republicans Are Split On Whether To Court Hispanic Voters

By 2022, Hispanics are expected to be the largest population group in Texas.

By Ashley LopezAugust 31, 2018 9:30 am| , , , ,

From KUT:

Texas Republicans are facing what could be one of the most serious challenges from Democrats in recent history – and Hispanic voters could be part of that challenge.

Hispanic voters typically don’t vote in high numbers, but political analysts have been predicting that the young and growing Hispanic population in Texas could help Democrats in the near future. There’s also worry among some Republicans that immigration crackdowns and anti-Hispanic rhetoric from President Donald Trump could be fueling a backlash among those voters.

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