Election watch: Democrats work to flip GOP seats, the Texas Holdem and the diverse Latino vote

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In an attempt to have a Blue wave in legislature, several senate races might end up in a flip of seats. Plus the Latino vote contributed to Trump’s win in Florida, so let’s discuss the diversity of the Hispanic voter.

For part three of Ark Republic’s Election Watch, Dr. Sherice Janaye Nelson talks about traditional GOP states flipping to blue and the tight senate races that position Democrats to be the majority in the Senate. She also discusses the power of the Latino vote in South Florida that will probable mean a win for Trump, but Trump’s poor response to Covid-19 has his favor slipping in Texas. Turning back to California, Dr. Nelson discusses some propositions in the state that are on the ballot.

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