Republicans are winning more Latino votes. But rising turnout still benefits Dems.
Even incremental increases in the Latino voter bloc would have solidified margins in Senate races in Arizona and Nevada, according to a new analysis by Voto Latino.
The red wave never came to pass in 2022 — but there was a noticeable shift among Latino voters in the midterms, who still tilted toward Democrats overall but reached higher levels of Republican support, too.
Yet a new analysis from Voto Latino, a political organization focused on Latino turnout, shows how Hispanic voters helped Democrats maintain the Senate majority, how larger Latino turnout was a key ingredient for Democrats in several races with razor-thin margins — and why expanding that base of voters in 2024 is still key for Democrats as they also compete to win a growing cohort of Latino swing voters.
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