Conservatives Are Losing Ground In Texas
Conservatives in Texas are seeing their majority degrade as collectivist parties gain traction.
Senator Ted Cruz, the Republican party’s second choice for the presidential nomination in 2016, is facing a formidable opponent in Beto O’Rouke, a Democrat from El Paso, Texas.
In a recent poll by Quinnipiac, Cruz was only polling ahead of O'Rourke by 3 points which is extremly close for the normally solidly red Texas.
Texas sits on the border with Mexico and the amount of immigrant voters is definitely a tactic used by Democratic party leaders. Former President and Hawaiian native Barack Hussein Obama made it a point to push his Democratic Congress to pass legislation to enable the citizenship of hundreds of thousands of new voters. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, chain migration, sanctuary cities, and citizenship for immigrants living in the country illegally is paving the way for leftist political power. 70 to 80 percent of Latin American immigrants voting Democratic makes the demographic all too enticing for Democratic party leaders.
With the suggested wave of new immigrants, Democrats expect to see a rise in voter turnout and polling numbers. "The key may well be independent voters," said Peter A. Brown, a poll's assistant director. "O'Rourke's 51-37% lead among that group is key to his standing today. But Texas remains a strong GOP state, so O'Rourke will need the independent strength to pull the upset." The same poll found over half of Texas voters said they didn't know O'Rourke well enough to develop an opinion on the Democratic candidate.
Hopefully, Texas voters do their homework because Beto O’Rourke is the wrong candidate for freedom loving Texans. Beto is not a CIA candidate like many other Democratic candidates, but the man did use his power and influence in order to force individuals to surrender their land in 2006. Ethics advisors believed O'Rourke's participation in these activities "violated his fiduciary duty to the citizens of El Paso"
Libertarian voters have the opportunity to vote for candidate Neal Dikeman. Neal believes “together we should be building our sons’ and daughters’ futures, not letting our elected officials borrow from it to support our lifestyle. The partisan politics has to stop. They need to listen, follow the Constitution we live by, and do their job.”
One thing is clear, Republican candidates have their work cut out for them in order to maintain their majority in the State of Texas and across the nation.
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