Republicans are going to have to deal with the new reality: yesterday’s election came down to demographics. State Sen. Nina Turner (D-OH), and Annette Taddeo, a former candidate for U.S. Congress (D-FL), discuss the new make-up of the American electorate.
Today Taddeo (Colombian), is considered a rising Hispanic figure in Florida politics, she is a prolific fundraiser and she is a regular guest for Hispanic radio & TV shows. Annette continues to serve her community and her country through her leadership in numerous organizations where she is actively involved. She currently serves on the National Board of the Non-Partisan Women’s Campaign Forum and is on the Advisory Board of Hands on Miami.
Source: Ed Show @EdShow – @Annette_Taddeo, AnnetteTaddeo.com
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