The RNC Has a New Tactic to Gain More Hispanic Voters


The Republican National Committee (RNC) will air four Spanish-language ads, highlighting the Democratic Party’s “failure to deliver for the Hispanic Community.”

These ads are going to appear in Arizona, Nevada, and Pennsylvania. The ads will also be displayed in Georgia on Independence Day weekend.

Senators Catherine Cortez Masto (D-AZ), Raphael Warnock, Mark Kelly (D–AZ), Raphael Warnock, and Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman will be the targets of the Spanish ads by the RNC.

“The home and land of Brave have always been synonymous with the American Dream. Today, however, this dream may be impossible to attain. ”

RNC believes this is the best way to win support from the majority of the Hispanic voters in the face of rising inflation and other crises.

RNC Communications Director, Danielle Alvarez stated that the “American Dream is slipping away under Biden’s and Democrat Control” for many. Hispanics will vote to elect a Republican leader who shares our values of freedom and economic opportunity.

Flores’ win in Texas’ 34th Congressional District was a major boost for the GOP, we mentioned. In his ad campaign for re-election, he targeted Spanish-speaking voters.

The RNC also opened up a Hispanic Community Center in Suwanee, Georgia. The goal of that facility is to increase the outreach among Hispanic voters in the area.

The Republican National Committee seems to be determined to win the majority Hispanic vote in the midterm elections, and to ensure that they remain engaged until 2024.

Republicans will look to continue their momentum in November and win the majority of seats in the Senate and House of Representatives.