Thursday, May 5, 2016

Cruz and Kasich’s Departures Leave Many GOP Latinos at a Loss

Donald Trump's win for Republican nomination in Indiana has left some GOP Latinos feeling lost with nowhere to turn while others are still just simply trying to absorb the idea of the Trump candidacy. With Cruz and Kasich no longer in the race, Republican Latinos are grappling over who they’ll vote for. Houston businessman and GOP stalwart Massey Villarreal promised to NBC News Latino that along with not voting for Trump, he would also “…not encourage Latinos to vote for him." He also made the comment that the Republican Party, “…is not the party of Reagan. It's the party of Trump and if it … [Read More...]

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