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The Latino Vote On Election Day
The Latino Vote On Election Day

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AIR DATE: November 8, 2012

Latinos are touted as a key demographic to win the White House. Yet, the Latino vote has yet to reach its potential. There are 23 million Latinos who are eligible to vote. But, only 52 to 55 percent are registered to vote. Why and is there enough of an effort within this community to get more people to the polls?
 
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Janet Murguia, President and CEO of the National Council of la Raza

 

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