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Latino Victory Fund Declares Tim Kaine Clear Winner of VP Debates After ‘That Mexican Thing’

Minorities are clearly going to be a tipping point for Elections 2016. Pew Research Center reports that 1 in 3 voters will be Hispanic, black, Asian, or another ethnic minority. As such, the Hispanic vote is considered a potential “game changer” in Elections 2016 by Voa News. In a separate report, Pew Research tells us... Read more » Latino Victory Fund Declares Tim Kaine Clear Winner o
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