CatholicVote Launches Campaign Capitalizing on Hispanic Community’s Growing Support for Conservative Values

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Political advocacy group CatholicVote has announced a new campaign targeting Hispanic and Latino voters in the upcoming midterm elections.

CatholicVote hopes to push Hispanic voter turnouts higher than even the historic turnout from the last election. The organization has explicitly targeted Democrats in its campaign, calling the party’s platform “radical” and “extreme”.

“Far too many Democrats in Washington are out of step with the priorities of Hispanic voters. This includes Senators Kelly and Cortez Masto, who both recently worked to pass the most extreme abortion law ever passed in the Senate. American,” said CatholicVote President Brian. Burch told Fox News in an exclusive statement, referring to the senses. Mark Kelly of Arizona and Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada.


“Our campaign is the start of a targeted effort to educate and persuade Hispanic voters, many of whom are Catholic and pro-life, to push back against growing extremism within the Democratic Party,” Burch continued.

Polls show a significant shift to the right for Hispanic voters — up to a 9% advantage over Democrats in some states, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

Abortion, LGBT issues and religious freedoms are increasingly important topics for Hispanic voters, half of whom claim religious affiliation with the Catholic Church. The growing gap between Catholic social teaching and progressive activism has pushed many Catholic voters to the breaking point.

However, CatholicVote made its new campaign calls on issues like gas prices and COVID restrictions.

“Our campaign is designed to educate and mobilize Hispanic voters to hold key senators accountable for their radically shifted priorities. As these voters call on their elected officials to deal with soaring gas prices, the skyrocketing crime and inflation, and the lingering consequences of excessive COVID mandates, senators in Nevada and Arizona are instead pushing extreme abortion laws. The real priorities of Hispanic voters are being ignored,” said Burch.

“The extreme abortion votes by Kelly and Masto Cortez are particularly troubling given that both publicly describe themselves as Catholic. The Church is clear that support for deadly violence against unborn children is incompatible with the teaching of the Church,” he added.


Children pray during a service at St. Rose of Lima School on December 21, 2012 in Miami, Florida.
(2012 Getty Images)

Earlier this month, a conservative law group announced a trial against a Christian child’s school for not taking an alleged bullying incident seriously.

The student, 14, alleges he was mocked by teachers and students at Mater Academy for his open practice of Christianity. Dhillon Law Group, the firm representing the student, specifically claims the teenager was mocked by his science teacher in front of other students for his faith. He was also falsely accused of planning a shooting at a school by fellow students, which law enforcement took seriously until they determined the report was a prank.

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