Trump expected to gain Hispanic votes in 2020

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According to NTD News, the number of Latinos who say the Democratic Party cares more about Hispanics/Latinos than the Republican Party has dropped 11 percent from 2015 to 2018, according to another study by the Pew Research Center.

At a 2020 Latinos for Liberty Town Hall in New York, conservatives said the climate is changing. Discussing everything facing Hispanic voters from social media outreach amongst minorities to advice on winning public office from former elected officials.

“And I think Telemundo and Univision, which are huge news outlets for the Hispanic community and Latino community, they are making people ask questions,” said NYS Vice-Chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly Gabriel E. Montalvo.

“‘Do we support illegal immigration? We kind of came here, we picked ourselves up by our bootstraps to come here legally.'”

As for the president, Radio Host Rich Valdes said he’s making the right moves, like starting the Evangelicals for Trump coalition at a Hispanic megachurch.

Read the full report here.