The U.S. Southern state of Georgia has voted for the Republican presidential candidate since the year 2000.
However, every four years the margin of victory for the Republican Party gets slimmer and slimmer as the ethnic landscape changes. Every year, more Asians and Latinos move to the state-changing the electorate.
CCTV’s Sean Callebs reports.
Georgia becoming swing state as more Democrats move inThe U.S. Southern state of Georgia has voted for the Republican presidential candidate since the year 2000. CCTV's Sean Callebs reports.
In the sprint to the finish line – Ivanka Trump, perhaps her father’s strongest emissary – waded into a red, white, and blue crowd -stumping for votes in the deep southern state of Georgia.
In an especially bruising campaign – Georgia is considered among the most polarized states in the United States.
Voters really, really like the candidate they support. And, really, really dislike the opposition. Ask republicans here, what comes to mind when they think of Hillary Clinton.
“Liar deceit it’s an ongoing thing for her husband — to her,” said the voters.
“Let’s be clear – some of the things that trump has said against the Mexican community are racist,” said Jerry Gonzalez, Associate. Of Latino elected officials.
Latino voter advocate, Jerry Gonzalez is the face of changing politics in Georgia.
In the last year – registration of Asian voters has jumped close to 16 percent, and, Latino registration by 20 percent. For many Georgia Latinos, this Donald Trump pronouncement about Mexican immigrants still rings in their ears.