Guac The Vote: When Demagoguery Backfires
After a Latino Drumpf supporter - oxymoron alert - warned that America would soon sport "taco trucks on every corner," the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Mi Familia Vota, Promise Arizona and several other insulted, ingenious Hispanic advocacy groups decided the scores of existing trucks in Texas and Arizona should add voter registration to their menus to even the score in preparation for "the ultimate Taco Tuesday" - Election Day. The two week effort to register voters at the trucks, which also give out basic voting information, began on National Voter Registration Day, ran through National Taco Day on Oct. 4, and ends next week. The Guac the Vote campaign is also working to put taco trucks on every corner outside every polling place - or as many as it can get to - in all 50 states and D.C. on Nov. 8. "Donald Trump meet your undoing!" declares one supporter. "You challenged us to 'Whip out that Mexican thing again'. We VOTE YUUUUGE!!"