MEXICO CITY— The head of the Republicans abroad in Mexico says he’s not voting for Donald Trump and hopes others in his party will similarly put country first.
“Five days before the election I decided not to vote for Trump,” Larry Rubin, president of the Republican Party chapter in Mexico, told fusion.net during a phone interview Monday morning. “It’s extremely important, even if you’re affiliated to a political party and generations of your family have traditionally voted one way, to vote with your conscience during this election. Country always comes first.”
Rubin, the son of a Mexican mother and American father, says he’s putting the interest of both his homes first. Rubin was born in Mexico and has worked for several U.S. companies based here. He helped re-open the Republican Party chapter in Mexico in 2004, and has been its president for 12 years. He says he’s voted Republican every election since he turned 18. He’s now 42.
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