Orange County’s Booming Foreign-Born Population Coincides with Democrat Electoral Sweep

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Orange County, California — Once Considered A Conservative Holdout In The Blue State — Has Been Electorally Swept By Democrats In The Midterm Elections, Coinciding With The Region’s Booming Foreign-born Populations.

Until the midterm elections, four of Orange County’s six congressional districts were held by Republicans, including Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) and Rep. Mimi Walters (R-CA).

In the midterms, though, Democrats swept Orange County with wins in all six congressional districts, turning the region blue. At the same time of Democrat dominance in the county, the foreign-born population is booming to record levels with the majority of foreign residents arriving from Latin America and Asia.

California’s 46th District, already a Democrat-held congressional seat, has a foreign-born population that is now reaching 40 percent with four-out-of-ten residents being born outside the United States.

The other Democrat-held congressional seat in Orange County, California’s 47th District, has a foreign-born population of nearly 30 percent. – READ MORE

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