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Shots of Political Tequila
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AIR DATE: December 3, 2010

Latino political leaders say they want their own version of the Tea Party. It's been dubbed the Tequila Party and the purpose would be to influence elected officials to pay more attention to the concerns of the Latino community. We talk with the local leader of the Tequila Party movement.

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Fernando Romero, Pres, Hispanics in Politics
Gustavo Arellano, Managing Ed, OC Weekly
Ruben Navarrette, syndicated columnist, San Diego Union Tribune
Lee Hernandez, Producer, Nevada Public Radio
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