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Latinos and the General Election
Latinos and the General Election

AIR DATE: February 15, 2012

According to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Education Fund, 12.2 million Latinos will vote in the November election. That would be a record and 26 percent increase from 2008. Meantime, Latino participation at Nevada's Republican caucus was down from 8 percent to 5 percent. We discuss how Latinos will factor into the November general election.
Gary Segura, pollster and research, Latino Decisions, and Prof of Poli Sci, Stanford U

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