Hispanic voters are no longer an automatic for the Democratic Party, as a key matchup along the Texas-Mexican border has revealed.
The 34th District in Texas covering Brownville is up for grabs in a special election after the current Hispanic Democrat left his position. The Congressional seat has long been held by a Democrat. But this new election isn’t a lockstep for the party of open borders anymore. New polling shows at best the election is a toss up, with the GOP potentially pulling off a major upset in a majority Hispanic area.
This isn’t the only place long held Democrat seats are within striking distance of turning into seats for the GOP, either. With more than 30 House Democrats not running for reelection this year, it is clear it’s not just about Texas but every state with a sizeable Hispanic population shifting more to the right.
The radical emphasis on abortion, the LGBTQ+ political agenda, open borders, gas prices and inflation have converged to the point that Hispanics can no longer be counted on as a solid voting segment. Instead, white and Hispanic voters are nearly united in their disdain for Biden, their abhorrence of teaching of sexual identity to 5 year olds in schools and are more likely than ever to support a GOP leader in their district, and perhaps for president, when we get to 2024.
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