The state is now home to the second-largest Indian American population in the U.S. — a development, to be clear, that didn’t happen overnight.
Texas’ South Asian American community, in many ways, represents a suburban story.
(While South Asian American and Indian American are sometimes used interchangeably, the broader denomination also includes those with ties to countries such as Bangladesh and Pakistan.)
(Patrick Semansky)The White House contest in Texas, of course, is another closely watched race among the South Asian American community.
But Indian American voters may end up having their biggest impact down the ballot.