Skip to comments.Key facts about Latinos in the 2018 midterm elections
Posted on 11/03/2018 9:53:08 PM PDT by zeestephen
More than 29 million Latinos are eligible to vote nationwide in 2018, making up 12.8% of all eligible voters....Between 2014 and 2018, an additional 4 million Hispanics became eligible voters....2014 Midterm Election Percent of Eligible Voters Who Voted - White 45.8% - Black 40.6% - Asian and Hispanic 27%.
(Excerpt) Read more at pewresearch.org ...
4 million here, 4 million there... eventually the native populace will be displaced.
And how many return to Mexico to vote, claiming "dual citizenship"?
Most are anchor babies which are illegal aliens. Hillary wouldn’t have won a single state without them. Remove their imaginary citizenship and DEPORT THEIR ASSES.
It’s Pew....trust nothing
Deport them all! Any that have Mexican or other “dual” citizenship need to leave and go home. Their US citizenship needs to be reviewed and revoked.
Most are anchor babies which are illegal aliens. Hillary wouldnt have won a single state without them. Remove their imaginary citizenship and DEPORT THEIR ASSES.
This count doesn’t include the Hispanics who are not eligible to vote, but do.
How many of those Latinos are in California?
You real sure they were eligible?
Democrats make sure every anchor babies votes even if they don’t know it.
Nor does it include the impact of 22 million illegals upon the redistricting and assignment of congressional seats.
I live in Texas. Every single Hispanic that I personally know are Trump supporters. PASSIONATE Trump supporters.
Of course they aren’t illegal....so....
Re: “I live in Texas. Every single Hispanic that I personally know are Trump supporters. PASSIONATE Trump supporters.”
Well, that’s good news.
Unfortunately, three of the four Congressional Districts on the Texas-Mexico border have Democrat Representatives.
The other border district has a Black Republican Representative who supports Amnesty, and who refused to endorse Trump in 2016.
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