With recent polls showing Hispanic voters registering their disgust and disappointment with the party on the left, are Democrats going to just write off this key voting block?

We ask, because several Colorado Democrat candidates for office totally blew of any acknowledgment of Cinco de Mayo festivities across Colorado, and instead mixed their messaging between happy abortion/ Mother’s Day.

For example, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet has a tough reelection on his hands, and this week recognized Roe V. Wade, Mother’s Day, Teacher Appreciation Week, AAPI Heritage Month, and this:

But no mention of Cinco de Mayo.

And yet, there was Republican opponent Joe O’Dea, recognizing and respecting.

About one million Hispanics live in Colorado, but their U.S. senator couldn’t be bothered to recognize Cinco de Mayo.

Same for U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette, who represents Denver where the Hispanic population is more than 29%.

She was too busy with other matters.

DeGette was a no show at the big Cinco de Mayo event at Civic Center Park as well, but Republicans joined in the festivities.

Reichert is running for Congress to replace Ed Perlmutter in the 7th congressional district, where Brittany Pettersen is the presumptive Democrat nominee.

And how did Pettersen recognize Cinco de Mayo? By fundraising off abortion messaging.

So if 21% of the state’s population are Hispanic + 15% of Coloradans are Catholic + Catholic Hispanics lean pro life … well, you do the math. But it sure looks to us like Democrats have chosen abortion as a lifestyle choice over the support of their Hispanic voters.