Ted Cruz has gotten further than any other Latino presidential candidate in history, yet this narrative is rarely discussed. Why is that? Do Latinos connect with Cruz’s “Latinidad?” Do you think Cruz is embracing his Latino identity enough? Does it matter?
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Featured image: Ted Cruz, 2016 (Photo by Michael Vadon)
2 thoughts on “Tell Us About Ted Cruz and Latino Identity for a Future Latino USA Show”
As a spanish speaker I really dont connect to Ted Cruz. I think he doesn’t identify himself as a latino; it seems like he is the kind of latino that lost his hispanic identity. Why is that? I haven’t hear him speak in spanish or even address any of the inmigration issues in favor of latinos.
I think Ted Cruz is out it seems him ( Ted Cruz ) will no longer be the from runner for the Republicans which it is good .I am looking forward to vote Democrat because I rather see Hillary as the next president than Donal Macdonald hahahaha the trumpet . So I am moving on to vote for Hillary. Ted and Rubio where two lousy bustards whom enjoyed putting down their Heritage , and it almost seem ignorant at times to the Latino Vote.I am saying good by to the party I was faith full to .