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Oct 27 2022
Rep. Mayra Flores (R-TX) was denied entry into the Congressional Hispanic Caucus after submitting a request to join earlier this month. The Caucus cited her voting record and endorsement from former president Trump as evidence she was not aligned with the values of the coalition.
Key Quotes: In a tweet, Flores said, “as the first Mexican-born American Congresswoman, I thought theThe Texas Tribune Townhall The Hill
Jun 16 2022
Republicans are holding up Mayra Flores’s win in the special election for Texas’ 34th Congressional District Tuesday as the latest sign Hispanic voters are shifting toward the GOP and hoping her win is the first of many this year for Republicans running in heavily-Latino districts.
But the race also showed Republicans may need to make large investments to capture such seats, and theThe Hill
Nov 06 2023
President Joe Biden is losing support among minority voters — a key voting bloc for Democrats — ahead of the 2024 election, Axios reported Monday. Biden is losing support among hispanic and black voters in a series of recent battleground state and national polls, as well as among youth voters in the crucial voting blocs Democrats typically enjoy, according to Axios. Two polls released SundayThe Daily Caller
Feb 08 2023
Patrick Crusius is set to plead guilty at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Albert Armendariz Sr. Federal Courthouse in Downtown El Paso, according to court records. Crusius faces 90 federal charges in connection with the Aug. 3, 2019, mass shooting at the Cielo Vista-area Walmart. The shooting suspect allegedly gunned down people in the parking lot and inside the store, leaving 23 people dead andEl Paso Times
Oct 12 2021
The campaign arm of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus is launching an aggressive effort to recruit more Hispanic and Latino candidates to compete next year in swing districts with open seats or Republican incumbents.
Why it matters: U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.), who chairs the CHC BOLD PAC, told Axios he believes running more Hispanic Democratic candidates could increase LatinoAxios
Feb 26 2016
As the Republican presidential candidates prepare to square off Thursday night in a debate focusing on the concerns of Hispanic voters, a new poll shows front-runner Donald Trump with abysmal ratings among that demographic group.
The Washington Post-Univision News survey found that 80% of Hispanic registered voters had an unfavorable view—and 72% a very unfavorable view—of Mr. Trump,Wall Street Journal (News)
Mar 10 2016
Fighting for Florida and beyond, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tangled in an intense debate Wednesday night over who's the true friend of American Hispanics, trading accusations over guest worker programs "akin to slavery" and the embracing of "vigilantes" against immigrants.CBN
Feb 22 2016
With 90% of the vote in, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)16% is losing Saturday’s Nevada Caucus by a margin of more than 5 points (52.6% to 47.4%). As he musters on with a narrow loss in Iowa and a massive win in New Hampshire, one silver lining is that the 74 year-old socialist won a majority (53%) of Hispanic voters. Among all minorities under 45 years of age, Sanders beat Clinton by a margin ofBreitbart News
Apr 06 2015
Jeb Bush is not Hispanic, even if he somehow said so on an old voter registration form.
The New York Times obtained a copy of Bush’s 2009 voter registration application from the Miami-Dade County Elections Department in which the former Florida governor marked “Hispanic” in the section asking about race and ethnicity.
Bush is a scion of one of America’s best-known politicalUSA TODAY