Washington, D.C. – Today, the National Republican Senatorial Committee and the Republican Party of Wisconsin are announcing “Operación ¡Vamos!”, a seven-figure investment in Hispanic field and communications program that will enable the NRSC and the WISGOP to share the Republican message with voters in Wisconsin for the midterm election.
Chairman Rick Scott has been focused on the importance of the Hispanic vote since he took over the committee in 2021. Last spring, the NRSC released the Hispanic Battleground Survey which found that Hispanic voters largely reject the pillars of the Democrats’ agenda heading into the midterm elections, including wasteful spending, open borders, and banning voter ID requirements. A year later, and the Democrats appear to be in denial about their losses among Hispanic voters. Each day that we get closer to the 2022 midterm election, support for Democrats diminishes. It seems like they can’t figure out why, but they simply need to look in the mirror to find the answer. Operación ¡Vamos! will focus on sharing the GOP’s opportunity agenda for hardworking families across the state of Wisconsin and help Republicans take back the majority this November.
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Statement from NRSC Chairman Rick Scott: “Democrats seem confused as Hispanic Americans move away from their party in droves. But for these voters, the choice couldn’t be more clear. Hispanics are disgusted with the Democrats’ radical agenda of open borders, defunding the police, and out of control government spending that has skyrocketing inflation. Their communities have always valued what Republicans value: free enterprise, individual liberties, a secure border, and smaller government. In order to win back the majority, we have to fight for every vote and just like I’ve done in Florida. I am proud that for the first time, the NRSC is investing in a massive operation that is solely dedicated to winning the Hispanic vote in our key battleground states so we can retake the majority in November.”
Statement from Republican Party of Wisconsin Chairman Paul Farrow: “Republicans have made inroads with Hispanic Wisconsinites by connecting with them over the issues that matter – the economy, education, and safer communities. While Democrats plan to parachute in at the last-minute, Republicans are committed to forging long-term, lasting relationships with the Hispanic community.”