Breaking News
More () »

Why a Latino Republican from Arizona says he gave up on the GOP

Valley immigration attorney Yasser Sanchez was a volunteer and donor for the Republican Party. Now he’s planning to vote Democratic in 2020.

Valley immigration attorney Yasser Sanchez says he put in thousands of hours as a volunteer and gave thousands of dollars as a donor to the Republican Party. 

Now he’s left the party.

On this weekend’s “Sunday Square Off,” Sanchez explains why he believes there’s no room for Latinos in the party he joined almost 20 years ago.

Come November 2020, Sanchez expects to be casting a vote for a Democrat for president. 

On last week's "Sunday Square Off":

- Arizona congresswoman claimed Mueller report was 'regurgitated.' So I read it back to her.

- Democrat Adrian Fontes was elected to run county elections. So why isn't he doing that anymore?

- Senate candidate Mark Kelly wants to be transparent. Is he going far enough?

“Sunday Square Off” airs at 8 a.m. Sundays on 12 News, after NBC’s “Meet the Press” with Chuck Todd.

RELATED: #BattlegroundAZ: AG hires GOP poll watcher to police state's 'elections integrity'