Skip to comments.Cornyn Campaign Hopes Tea Party Strategy Will Help GOP Diversify (RINO pandering in Texas)
Posted on 06/24/2014 10:34:13 AM PDT by jimbo123
As Central Texas leaders of the League of United Latin American Citizens make plans for a January education summit, they have an unlikely partner: Republican U.S. Sen. John Cornyn.
LULAC, the Hispanic civil rights group, has long clashed with Cornyn on issues, from health care to immigration. But they say they have found common ground on education. Its very unusual, LULAC Central Texas District Director Gavino Fernandez Jr. said of the partnership.
Typically, Republicans dont reach out," he said. "They stay away from our community.
Thats changing as Republicans eyeing the states shifting demographics increasingly invest in reaching Hispanics, African-Americans and Asian-Americans.
The Cornyn campaign is among the Republican groups in Texas actively seeking to reach diverse communities that havent been traditional Republican supporters. Cornyn's team says its approach is different because its using Tea Party-style strategies to connect with Texans at community and neighborhood gatherings. The idea is to build relationships that will eventually lead to votes.
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“Big John” is pathetic when he tries to act like a macho conservative come election time.
Exact;y. He stole the primary.
Election time is the ONLY time Cornball is conservative.
Wish we’d of had a better opponent for him, this last time :(
No. Steve Stockman was a disappointing Joke!
Oh, now the TP is our friends.
Sorry corncob, not voting for you
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