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With A Trump Presidency Hanging In The Balance, Latino Groups Push For Historic Turnout

WASHINGTON ? Latino groups across the country are launching into the final stages of an extensive ground campaign to mobilize Latino voters, pushing last-minute registration efforts and early voting in key battleground states. A spike in Latino voter registration in 2016 could deal a decisive blow to Donald Trump’s presidential bid, especially in battleground states with large Latino populations like Florida and Nevada.
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