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August 11, 2018
Speaking of 'Hispanos'...
Even since the Texas primary runoff, I've been wondering about the Hispanic vote. Back on May 22, a Hispanic woman running for governor in a runoff resulted in the lowest turnout since 1920. "No muy bueno," as we say in Spanish. In other words, are Hispanics going to show up in 2018? It looks as though I'm not the only one asking that question. Let's check out Ronald Brownstein: Democrats have hit an unexpected speed bump in their drive to regain control of Congress: unsettling signs that the party may not generate as much turnout or support among Latino voters this fall as it expected. Despite a procession of provocations from President Donald Trump – from ending deportation protections for so-called "Dreamers," young immigrants [sic] brought to the country illegally by their parents, to his now-terminated policy that resulted in children being separated from their undocumented...(Read Full Post)