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Trump Tries To Turn New Mexico Red

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Trump Tries To Turn New Mexico Red

Trump Tries To Turn New Mexico Red

President Trump wants to turn New Mexico Republican Red in 2020.

The strategy centers on wooing Hispanics in the state.

New Mexico has voted for a Republican presidential candidate only once since 1992.

Politico reports that President Trump seldom walks away from a long-shot challenge.

Trump and his aides are betting they can flip New Mexico next fall and expand his electoral playing field.

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