Cesar Ybarra: Midterms and the Hispanic Vote
Cesar Ybarra joins the podcast this week to help us consider the upcoming midterms and specifically what is motivating Hispanics to get out and vote. We cover the economic and cultural issues that matter most to America’s largest minority group and how both Republicans and Democrats are prioritizing the voter base. Is it still about the economy?
Cesar Ybarra is the vice president of policy at FreedomWorks. He is responsible for managing legislative affairs, as well as the organization's policy department. Prior to joining FreedomWorks, Cesar served as Campaign Manager and Legislative Director for Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ) and on the staff of former Congressman Matt Salmon (R-AZ). Cesar was born in Mexico and became a naturalized citizen after moving to Southern California.
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