2020 “ Black and Latino voters consistently voice more discomfort and uncertainty about voting by mail, even as a majority of Democrats overall say they plan to cast absentee ballots this fall, according to polling and focus groups. Generating overwhelming margins and turnout among both groups is a key to victory for Joe Biden in November, and Democrats don’t want to lose any votes by suggesting that mail voting is the only proper way to cast a ballot in the general election.”
“ The Democrat mayors charged that Minnesota had remained a Democrat stronghold for decades; however, they noted that Biden had done “nothing” for the working class as jobs left the Iron Range. ”
“ President Donald Trump received an astonishing surge in black support during the Republican National Convention, a new poll has found.
The latest Hill-HarrisX poll, conducted August 22-25, shows 24 percent of registered black voters approve of President Trump, a jump of 9 points from the previous survey taken August 8-11.”
“ According to data released this morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, President Trump added 1.37 million jobs to the economy in August. The markets are at a record pace and now jobs are coming back! This is great news after the horrendous economic disaster the China coronavirus placed on the economy. Before this, the United States and President Trump were enjoying the greatest economy in US and world history with the GDP at $23 trillion – more than any economy ever!”
“ I was a Democrat in the past,” he said, “and I’m tired of the same thing over and over again. I want change.”
Jamie Melendez drove in from McAllen to attend the event. She described herself as a socially and fiscally conservative Hispanic.
“I’m a firm believer that Hispanics have been labeled as Democrat,” she explained, “and I think there’s a big shift.”
Organizers said they were surprised that several thousand cars and people participated. They said they organized through the Laredo Trump Train Facebook group and didn’t reach out to groups from other cities. They believed the majority of participants were from Laredo.”