About Wake
Hispanic Community

Wake Hispanic Community

We are the Wake County Hispanic GOP


Republican values are Hispanic values. Conservative Republican’s are pro-life, support traditional marriage, support the 2nd amendment, support hard work to accomplish their American dream, support low taxes, less regulation and the liberty to move freely in our county, while supporting law enforcement.

Hispanics believe in free speech and a constitutional republic with democratically elected leaders via honest and fair elections.
The Republican Party platform is clearly aligned with Hispanic belief systems. Our role as the Wake Hispanic GOP is to share with Hispanics that our values are “Hispanic values”.
Wake County and North Carolina in particular, is one of the fastest growing states for Hispanic migration from other states and counties.  They are coming to Wake County for ample work opportunities and to raise families.

Hispanics believe in the nuclear family unit and our state and county is attractive to Hispanic families because it’s a great place to raise a family and work to achieve the American dream.

It’s our job to share our conservative values with the Hispanic population, support them in integrating into the U.S. way of life, our state, our culture and get them politically active.

Will you join us to accomplish this? Help get our message out?


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About the Hispanic Community

Hispanics are not monolithic. Within Hispanics circles, we are often asked where are you and your family originally from? The U.S. Census Bureau talks about “Hispanic origin” and defines Hispanic as “a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race.” So, just as Hispanics overall are not a monolithic group, neither are Hispanic voters.

The fastest-growing segment of the Hispanic population in North Carolina is the voting-eligible population — those who are citizens and at least 18 years old. That’s according to a study by the University of North Carolina’s Carolina Demography.

This voter-eligible Hispanic population grew by 105,514 persons between 2012 and 2017. That’s a 49.4% jump — more than twice the growth (22.1%) of the Latino voter-eligible population nationwide.
Chalk it up to more Latinos becoming citizens, but also to young Latinos hitting their 18th birthday. There are a lot of Hispanics who are turning 18 every day.

Hispanics are also religiously diverse as many are Catholics who migrated from counties with a strong Catholic presence> And many others are protestant evangelical Christians.

Wake County has about 1.1 million people of which 10%, about 110,000 are Hispanics. The state of North Carolina has approximately 10.5 million people of which 10%, a little over
1 million are Hispanic and many of them vote.

We are working to get our conservative message out to “our” people.






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