In four states where Democratic senators are standing for office or seeking re-election to the Senate, the Republican National Committee (RNC) will air four Spanish-language advertisements criticizing the Democratic Party for its “failure to deliver for the Hispanic population,” Fox News informed.
The focus of the advertisements, which run during the Fourth of July weekend, is on Democratic senators Raphael Warnock of Georgia, Mark Kelly of Arizona, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, and John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, who is running for the Senate and is now the vice governor of the state.
An English translation of the ads stated, “The home of the brave and the country of the free has always represented one thing: The American Dream.”
“That dream is slipping away from us today.”
Aiming individual candidates ahead of November’s elections, the RNC claimed that the state-specific advertisements show how the Democrats left all of the Hispanic Americans behind despite the situation at the southern border, rising gasoline prices, and inflation.
The American Dream is disappearing for many people under Biden and Democrat control, according to RNC Communications Director Danielle Alvarez.
Democrats have left behind the Hispanic population in a number of ways, including rising costs, escalating crime, and the horrific border problem.
Republicans are on the field discussing the important topics and gaining the Latino suppport while Democrats concentrate on winning the “Latinx” vote.
Hispanics will select Republican leaders in November who share our ideals of opportunity, liberty, and security.”
With Hispanic voters, Republicans has recently gained new ground.
Yesli Vega, who is a Hispanic American with substantial law enforcement experience, won the GOP primary and secured the nomination for the 7th Congressional District of Virginia.
Additionally, in a special election for a seat in the Texas’ 34th Congressional District, newly-elected Representative Mayra Flores, R-Texas, who is the first congresswoman of Mexican descent to hold office, defeated her Democratic rival.
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