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GOP Seeks to Boost Hispanic Support Ahead of Midterms

The Republican National Committee is opening several “Hispanic community centers” in key locations in an attempt to make further inroads in the growing sector of the electorate ahead of the midterm elections, the Washington Examiner reported on Monday.

By the end of this month, the GOP is expected to have such centers in Doral, Florida; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Texas locations in McAllen, Laredo, and San Antonio, marking the earliest in an election cycle that the RNC has ever opened these types of operations.

The centers are part of the Republican Party’s multimillion-dollar minority outreach effort after Hispanic and Latino voters helped give the GOP some of its biggest gains in the last election.

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