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The battle for Maricopa County, AZ, where Latino voters could hold the reins to the state

Maricopa County, Arizona, has voted Republican in every presidential election since 1948. Bill Clinton won the state in 1996 and still lost the county. But with 60 percent of the state's population centered in Maricopa, it's usually the make or break county, which is why a coalition of more than a dozen nonprofit groups called One Arizona, most of them Latino and immigrant focused, have trained their sights on registering as many as 120,000 new Latino voters there.
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