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Bianca Osornio A00397748
Govt 2306 P74
Essay assignment #1
In the textbook "Governing Texas, BY Champagne& harpham", hispanics comprimise about thirty-eight percent of the population in Texas, up to twenty-five percent in 1990. The growth of impact on texas politic culture will slowly direct towards Democrats. The anglo are most likely to be out raced since there is now more minorities now then back then.
Back in 1990,s even til today the state of texas is known as the "Red State. Now that time has passed more hispanics and minorities are voting as democratic. According to Steve Munisteri the Republicans have won every Texas statewide office since nineteen-ninety four, that has been the longest streak. In the year two-thousand , Republican averaged about sixty percent, and by two-thousand and eight, they averaged less than fifty-three percent. The Republican down-ballot winners averaged slightly over 51 percent.
The increation on the hispanics population it starting to bloom more than what it is back in1990s.The state’s population has grown considerably during the past thirty years. domestic immigration is increasing and diversifying the state’s population. Anglo Americans make up approximately 47 percent of the state’s population.
The Hispanic population has seen the greatest increase. So that's the Dallas-Fort Worth area and the Houston area. And if you look at the Austin metro area, it's also growing rapidly.People are moving to Texas because we have job opportunities while other places are losing opportunities. The cost of living is lower here. We've been fairly effective in recruiting industry and businesses to locate here and create jobs.
Daniel Elazar created a political culture classification scheme of moralistic, individualistic, and traditionalistic to describe the political cultures of the states. Thhe state of texas is traditionalistic and individualistic. Texas politics demonstrate a strong one-party tradition, provincialism, and business dominance.
Now that it has been moree than two decades the democratic are now going to be more competitive. As their culture grows on the state of texas there will be more mexican americans, the are more to the cultrual roots from mexico.The hispanics vote for the democratic party they would want to vote for : low taxes and minimum of the price to pay for expenses. Which it will be more diverse for them and the minority.
If the republicans have been the party for almost two decades , and the hispanics are growing more efficiently the state of texas would be more of competitive debate adnnot a one-partydominance.