BILL HEMMER: Now the sanctuary state crackdown comes as Republicans are reaching out to Latinos and others who could make a major difference in November's midterm elections. Correspondent Peter Doocy has that story tonight from Capitol Hill.
PETER DOOCY: The new Republican plan to keep the House: house parties.
RNC CHAIRWOMAN RONNA MCDANIEL (CLIP): I know there are many in the Hispanic community who support Democrats.
DOOCY: RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel is joining newly hired staffers in living rooms for meetings with Hispanic activists and voters in places like Florida, Arizona, and Nevada, trying to engage a constituency that broke for Clinton over Trump by nearly 40 points but doesn't always represent a huge slice of the midterm electorate, just eight percent of totals in '06, '10, and '14 according to exit polls. And the GOP’s personal touch comes as Democratic primary voters in Texas voted last night to send two Hispanic women to Congress for the first time in Texas history.
CHAIRWOMAN MCDANIEL (CLIP): Since the Republican Party, we are going to continue to outreach to communities that haven't traditionally been Republican, that don't know our message, and tell them about the good things that are happening in this country. But the only way we can share our message is if we show up.
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