GOP policies will hurt Latinos, especially in Texas

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Latinos, in Texas and across the country, are becoming an increasingly powerful force in elections. Despite these growing numbers, Republican presidential candidates continue to support policies that are harmful to Latino voters and the families they represent.

Quick Facts: Latinos in Texas

  • 746,000 individuals are DAPA and DACA eligible in the state of Texas. This is 51% of all of the unauthorized immigrants in the state. TWEET
  • Moving forward with the implementation of DAPA and expanded DACA would result in an estimated 4,800 jobs created annually in Texas. TWEET

For a full snapshot of the GOP candidate’s harmful immigration policies and actions, see the chart below.

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Quick Facts: Latinos as Voters

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