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Feb 22 2022
The GOP gains among Hispanic voters aren’t fading away after the 2020 election.
A poll by the National Republican Congressional Committee shows the party continuing to cut into the Democratic Party’s share of Hispanic voters. In 2020 exit polls, Democrats won Hispanic voters, 63%-36%. In the NRCC’s survey , Hispanic voters in battleground districts back the Democrats only 44%-37%. That'Washington Examiner
Oct 27 2022
U.S. Rep. Mayra Flores cried foul Wednesday after getting rejected from the most influential Hispanic group of lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Flores, R-Los Indios, tweeted Wednesday that she’d been denied membership in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, decrying the decision as evidence of “bias towards conservative Latinas that don’t fit their narrative or ideology.”
“As the firstThe Texas Tribune
Oct 27 2022
A new poll shows that most Hispanic voters in Florida supported Gov. Ron DeSantis' move to fly migrants to Martha's Vineyard last month.
The survey, conducted by Mason-Dixon for Telemundo and LX News, found that 71% of Cuban Americans in Florida supported the migrant transportation plan, with 52% of Hispanic voters born outside the U.S. also supporting the move.
Still, 41% ofNewsmax (News)
Nov 13 2023
St. Charles County effort to oppose St. Louis plan to bring migrants into the city stalls; will come back for possible vote later
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - An effort by some St. Charles County leaders that aims to stop a plan to bring migrants from Chicago to the St. Louis region temporarily stalled Monday night, but not before a heated debate. The county council did not vote on the resolution because two co-sponsors were not present at the meeting. Jose Ponce was one of several opponents of the resolution that showed upKMOV 4
Mar 05 2021
“The vast majority of the people, the 11 million undocumented, they’re not Hispanics. They’re people who came on a visa, [were] able to buy a ticket to get on a plane and didn’t go home. They didn’t come across the Rio Grande and swim.”
— President Biden, in a CNN town hall in Milwaukee, Feb. 16
“As you know, the fastest-growing population in the United States is Hispanic. And 60Washington Post
Feb 08 2023
Patrick Crusius pled guilty Wednesday in the mass shooting at an El Paso-area Walmart in 2019 that left 23 people dead and dozens more injured. Crusius had faced 90 federal charges in connection with the Aug. 3, 2019, shooting in the Cielo-Vista-area store and the surrounding parking lot. The federal indictment said Crusius drove from the Dallas suburb where he lived to El Paso with a variantUSA TODAY
Nov 14 2023
JAMESTOWN — A man with violent tendencies has escaped from the North Dakota State Hospital, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported Tuesday evening, Nov. 14. Jeffrey Cofresi, a 28-year-old, escaped from the hospital at 2:05 p.m., the patrol reported via news release. Cofresi is a Hispanic male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5-foot-10 and weighs 180 pounds. He has wrist and neck tattoosInforum
Nov 14 2023
JAMESTOWN — A man with violent tendencies has escaped from the North Dakota State Hospital, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported Tuesday evening, Nov. 14. Jeffrey Cofresi, a 28-year-old, escaped from the hospital at 2:05 p.m., the patrol reported via news release. Cofresi is a Hispanic male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5-foot-10 and weighs 180 pounds. He has wrist and neck tattoosGrand Forks Herald
Nov 14 2023
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (KFGO) – The North Dakota Highway Patrol, Jamestown Police, and other agencies are searching for a man who escaped from the State Hospital in Jamestown Tuesday afternoon. According to the Highway Patrol, 28-year-old Jeffrey Cofresi was last seen walking west near State Hospital Road. He was wearing a black sweatshirt with a white logo, black sweatpants, and black crocks.KFGO
Jan 26 2015
The last Texas Republican to occupy the Oval Office, George W. Bush, took 49 percent of the state's Hispanic vote in his 2004 presidential re-election, setting a relatively high bar for the handful of Texas-born or -raised Republicans who might be hoping to follow in his footsteps in 2016.
Republican presidential aspirants with ties to the Lone Star State must figure out how to hold theWashington Post