Evangelicals stick with Trump, see upside even if he loses by e2outlookadmin | Dec 22, 2020 | Articles | 0 comments While many of Trump’s evangelical allies are white, the president’s campaign also worked to appeal to Latino voters and the GOP saw signs of improvement with that demographic in several states. The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, a Latino evangelical pastor who has advised Trump, said those advances with Latino voters are one reason why evangelicals should view the election as “a win” for their priorities. “I would argue, with great due deference to our president, that if we fall short, it’s not due to the evangelical agenda of life, religious liberty and biblical justice,” Rodriguez said. “It was more a rejection of the personality.” Looking ahead, Rodriguez said, “if we can reconcile the message and the messenger, I think the future looks pretty amazing.” Among Latinos, 61% of evangelicals backed Trump, according to AP VoteCast, far higher than the 35% he received from Latinos overall. Rev. Rodriguez comments were featured in WVNews News Journal Sight Magazine The New York Times AP News Related post NHCLC launches sweeping campaign to protect Americans’ right to preach **FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** July 2, 2019 CONTACT: The KAIROS Company for Rev. Samuel Rodriguez... Press Release: Rev. Samuel Rodriguez Visits Same Border Facility Excoriated by Pundits: **FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** July 2, 2019 CONTACT: The KAIROS Company for Rev. Samuel Rodriguez... Rev. Samuel Rodriguez “…I call upon Democrats and Republicans to come together in good faith…” “In the Rose Garden, the President clearly and eloquently acknowledged that ‘as a national family’... « Older Entries Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.