Wednesday, July 20, 2022

RNC Announces Program to ‘help future voters’ Prepare for Naturalization Test; RNC Coaching Legally Residing Immigrants to Take the Citizenship Test, Earn the Right to Vote

RNC announces program to ‘help future voters’ prepare for naturalization test
The Republican National Committee is creating a program to help immigrants prepare for their naturalization tests, marking the party’s latest effort to expand its influence on minority groups before the midterm elections.
Under the newly announced Republican Civics Initiative, members of the RNC will hold 10-hour training courses in which immigrants can learn U.S. history and politics featured in the civics portion of the U.S. naturalization test. The program is meant to increase support among minority groups, particularly Hispanic voters in battleground states that may determine which party will gain control of Congress in November.
"The RNC is growing our Party through purposeful education and engagement," RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement . “Our commitment to provide opportunities for all to live out the American dream is broadening our base because our ideas transcend all backgrounds. Unlike Democrats, Republicans do not take minority communities for granted and we will continue to work to earn each vote ahead of November.”
The training materials used in the sessions are adapted from curricula provided by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and will be taught by RNC staff who are certified instructors. The program will begin with trainings at the RNC Hispanic Community Center in Doral, Florida, on Thursday, with future sessions to be held in crucial battleground states such as Texas, Georgia, Nevada, California, and Pennsylvania. --->READ MORE HERE
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RNC coaching immigrants to take the citizenship test, earn the right to vote:
The Republican National Committee is helping legally residing immigrants to gain U.S. citizenship as part of a new outreach initiative to minorities.
RNC staffers will coach those seeking citizenship in American civics and history. They’ll also instruct immigrants on what to expect on the citizenship test, such as questions on the branches of government or significant dates in U.S. history.
“The RNC is growing our party through purposeful education and engagement,” said RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel. “Our commitment to providing opportunities for all to live out the American Dream is broadening our base because our ideas transcend all backgrounds.”
Mrs. McDaniel added that Democrats were taking minority communities for granted, and the GOP will continue to “earn each vote ahead of November.”
The RNC will work with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office, as well as other civics-focused education programs.
Currently, more than 9 million lawful permanent residents are eligible to naturalize, meaning they could gain citizenship in time to vote in the November elections. --->READ MORE HERE
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