Former refugees look to Election Day with a sense of duty

57b05deee5c6c.imageThe path to the voting booth hasn’t been easy for Hatoumata Tounkara, but the former West African refugee says she couldn’t have picked a better election to cast her first ballot.

As a newly naturalized American citizen, she’s one of the thousands of former refugees and asylum-seekers who will be voting in a U.S. election for the first time this November.

The path to the voting booth hasn’t been easy for Hatoumata Tounkara, but the former West African refugee says she couldn’t have picked a better election to cast her first ballot. (Why is that?)

As a newly naturalized American citizen, she’s one of the thousands of former refugees and asylum-seekers who will be voting in a U.S. election for the first time this November.

We all know and should now have come to the idea that all of this immigration fraud and in particular the asylum-seeking individuals and refugees are a rather obscene plan by the left to fatten up their voting mechanizations.

In all due candor and submitted with respect how many of you have either heard or seen (Pew’s a great place!) The share of the population that is Hispanic has been steadily increasing over the past half century. In 2014, Hispanics made up 17.3% of the total U.S. population, up from 3.5% in 1960. According to the latest projections from the U.S. Census Bureau (2014), the Hispanic share of the U.S. population is expected to reach 28.6% by 2060.

The top voting issues for Hispanic voters are similar to those among all registered voters. An overwhelming share of Hispanic voters (86%) say the economy will be very important to their vote; among all voters, 84% cite the economy as very important. Terrorism is cited by 80% of Hispanic voters and an identical share of all registered voters.

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One Response to Former refugees look to Election Day with a sense of duty

  1. Jon-Paul says:

    One item I wish would have made the cut: LOOK AT the hijab on this new citizens head! Is she in the “crips” or “bloods”? No doubt she’d say “Oh this is my hijab (head scarf) however, this is the exact meaning of disrespect or misunderstanding the American culture.

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