The Democrats have done everything except make the sombrero America’s national hat to woo Mexicans, and they want results.
Latinos make up 11 percent of all eligible voters nationwide, which accounts for 25.2 million people in all, yes mainly Mexicans. However, the Latino vote is not all it’s cracked up to be, and here’s why.
But their potential clout in the midterm elections, and in deciding which party controls the Senate, could be diminished by several factors.
Though Hispanics represent one of the fastest-growing voter groups in the country, rising from 8.6 percent of all US voters in 2006 to 11 percent in 2014, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center, Hispanics don’t vote.
According to the Pew report, there are eight “competitive” Senate races, whereby the Republicans could tip the scales in the Senate. Democrats have relied on Mexicans to tip the scales back, proposing legalizing millions in order to insure victory. And they would need them. Because to the chagrin of the Leftists, Latinos are a small percentage of eligible voters in most of these races and are thus unlikely to be the decisive group.
The average percentage of eligible Latino voters in the eight states is just 4.7 percent of all eligible voters, and the state with the most percentage of eligible Latino voters is Colorado with 14.2 percent.
If only those Latinos could be made black! They could be taught how to vote early and often?
It seems that Democrats can lead Latinos to water, but they can’t make them drink. The Dems have some work to do to teach Latinos that their vote matters. Most of the illegals or newly Americanized Latinos are used to not having a voice in their old countries. For now, they are just happy to BE in America.
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