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Ad Campaign Tells Hispanics to Stay Away
Ad Campaign Tells Hispanics to Stay Away

AIR DATE: October 22, 2010

In the heated Senate race, Hispanics make up a big ethnic vote. But a new conservative campaign is urging Hispanics to stay away from the polls, and hit Democrats where it hurts. Will it succeed? With Sharron Angle's recent anti-illegal immigrant ads and speech saying Latinos look like Asians, is this Senate race becoming all about race? We check in with a Las Vegas Sun reporter on the Hispanic vote and how it will determine this year's elections.

Karoun Demirjian, reporter, Las Vegas Sun

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