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Cornyn aims to draw Vietnamese-Americans to GOP

By: Associated Republicans of Texas
WASHINGTON — Sen. John Cornyn believes he has the newest ticket to grow the Republican Party: Vietnamese-American voters. His reelection campaign is rolling out a Vietnamese-language website to supplement English and Spanish versions. It’s also running Google and Facebook ads targeted at Vietnamese-Americans. Cornyn sends campaign aides to events and naturalization ceremonies that attract Vietnamese-Americans, and sometimes goes himself.

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Dallas Fed report: Texas economic growth accelerated this spring

By: Associated Republicans of Texas
The Texas economic growth accelerated in many areas this spring –  from employment to housing, according to the latest regional economic update from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Job growth picked up in April, and unemployment fell to a new five-year low. Housing permits and starts and existing-home sales rose in April. And so far this quarter, Texas business outlook surveys suggest that manufacturing and services activity picked up from the first quarter.

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Can Republicans Appeal to Hispanic Voters?

By: Associated Republicans of Texas
For more than one hundred years, the Democratic party had a virtual lock on politics in Texas. That wall came down in a 1961 special election won by a 35-year old college professor named John G. Tower. A solid Goldwater conservative, Tower was the first GOP United States Senator from a Southern state in the 20th century and he continued to serve for 23 years. The party has held Tower’s seat continuously since his retirement in 1984.

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