UPDATE 6/24/2022: Republicans are engaging what they call “heavily dissatisfied Hispanic voters” around America in a bid to build a wider coalition against Democrats in 2022. The Lamar Ledger’s Nick Coltrain reports:
If Cliff Aragon’s take on politics reflects what other Latinos in Colorado are thinking as the mid-term election looms just over four months away, it could be an early and unwelcome warning sign for Democrats.
“He’s doing a horrible job,” the unaffiliated voter in Adams County’s Sherrelwood neighborhood, just south of West 84th Avenue, said of President Joe Biden.
Aragon was on a list of homes being targeted Tuesday evening by a team of GOP volunteers, wearing matching red T-shirts, who believe that face-to-face engagement with a segment of the population historically aligned with Democrats is a crucial campaign strategy.
“You’re seeing a lot of heavily dissatisfied Hispanic voters,” said Helder Toste, field and coalition director for the National Republican Senatorial Committee, as he rounded up a small group of volunteers behind a Dutch Bros coffee shop near Interstate 25. “They’re worried about crime and kitchen table issues.”
The conversations in Adams County on Tuesday centered on a concern that is universal these days: inflation, especially the price at the pump. Biden, said Damon Rodriguez, who has lived on Louise Drive for the last 2 1/2 years, “could be doing better.”
Americans of all kinds are more worried about putting food on their tables and gas in their cars than about the woke ideas being pushed by the radical Biden administration.
Originally posted on March 8, 2021.
The Republican share of blue-collar votes rose to 57% from 45% in the last 10 years. In FrontPage Mag Don Feder reports:
Within the same demographic, its Hispanic vote went from 23% to 36%, while its black working-class vote went from 5% to 12%.
Mr. Feder warns that as the Biden-Harris era moves forward, this trend is likely to continue. Joe Biden is becoming a job-killing machine.
Looking to China for Jobs?
On Day One, the Keystone XL-Pipeline was axed. And that’s just a down-payment on Biden’s debt to the Greenies. But, not to worry. As John Forbes Kerry assured us, unemployed pipeline workers can get good-paying jobs manufacturing solar panels – in China.
Unlike their white-collar counterparts, blue-collar workers didn’t have an opportunity to be indoctrinated by their college professors – but Biden wants them to pay the debts of those who were. They are less likely to heed the so-called experts. They don’t get their news from The New York Times, The Washington Post and CNN. They’re not afraid to voice views that get conservatives banned by Facebook and Twitter.
While the GOP is becoming the party of labor, the Democrats are firmly in the hands of coastal elitists.
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