Republicans are on journey to prove to Californians that Republicans can win the minds and hearts of Latino voters.
Recent elections prove it’s possible. Take Andy Vidak, who won a state senate seat in a 60 percent Hispanic district, by talking about the needs of the community and finding common ground with Latino voters registered in a different party.
Another role model is David Valadao in the 21st Congressional District, who showed up, became part of his Latino community and talked about his principles.
He too was able to win his district with Latino support. That’s what the party has to do on a large scale.
In order to grow our party, we have to go where we haven’t been and talk to voters who haven’t heard from us. And the RNC has pledged to do just that.
The RNC is investing in resources and staff to strengthen opportunities to reach new voters. In California, the RNC hired a Hispanic state director to build a grassroots infrastructure, expand our electorate, engage with people at community events, and strengthen our ties with Hispanic Republicans.
The RNC’s efforts to engage directly with the Hispanic community are… Read More