It only takes about 5 minutes on Fox News to get a taste of what Republicans are most sprung about this election cycle: the possibility that they are about to break the Democratic Party’s hammerlock on minority voters, especially Latinos.
FOR THE 2022 ELECTION…
Evidence that more-and-more Latinos are aligning with Republicans is powering the GOP’s hopes for flipping the Senate.
Republican strategist, like today’s guest, Albert Eisnberg believe that the data are very clear: working and middle class people who don’t have a college degree are moving Rightwards — regardless of their race.
And bettors are starting to think they’re onto something. Look at where they think Democratic senate seats are at their highest risk of flipping:
HOWEVER, THERE’S NO HARD EVIDENCE THAT MINORITIES ARE VOTING GOP EN MASSE.
Absent a few eyebrow raising results, like Rep. Myra Flores (R-TX) unlikely Blue-to-Red win this summer, it’s hard to know whether or not the “Latinos for Trump” phenomenon is just Fox News hype.
The evidence is even thinner with other minority groups, like African-Americans.
That’s why SSG is very happy to welcome ALBERT EISENBERG, Founder of BlueStateRed, to the podcast.
Albert is the political consultant that Republican campaigns hire to persuade minority demos to vote red. And he’s very optimistic about the work he’s done.
Albert answers your questions about:
- Which minority demos are the most & least receptive to GOP pitches?
- Do the data confirm that Latinos are eager to depart the Democratic Party?
- Is this trend national, regional, or fake?
- Despite their posturing, is minority outreach a real priority for the GOP?
- Will it even matter in 2022?
- Where will this have the largest effect?
- Who will win Albert’s home state of Pennsylvania?
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