Why the Republican Party appeals to more and more Latino voters.
By Dr. Mariela Roca
The Republican Party's increasing appeal to Latino voters can be attributed to several key factors. First and foremost, the party's emphasis on conservative values often aligns with the social and religious values held by many Latino Americans. Issues such as faith, family, & freedom resonate with a significant portion of the Latino community, particularly among Catholic and evangelical Christian Latinos. Additionally, the Republican Party's commitment to limited government, lower taxes, and deregulation appeals to Latino entrepreneurs and small business owners who prioritize economic growth and self-reliance.
By Harold Maldonado
As we celebrate Hispanic heritage month, we observe the patriotic contributions this community has made to the fabric of our country. From culture, music, science, conservative family values, and most importantly, we appreciate the Patriotic fervor in which Hispanics have served in our armed forces. Another trait that makes Hispanics – the largest minority in the country (19%) – unique is their rich diversity within their communities. From Central America, the Caribbean, and further down into South America, the Hispanic community is not a homogeneous group, but rather a diverse ethnic group that incorporates the original natives from the continents, blacks, and people that have European roots and a combination of peoples that underpins the rich and colorful culture.