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New state laws discourage registering immigrants. How will that affect the Latino vote?

If immigrants and Latinos are so important to this upcoming presidential election, why isn’t any group trying to register and mobilize them to vote? On Oct. 3, Latino Decisions released results of a poll of Latino voters, with fairly predictable results. Most respondents – 67 percent – rate Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton favorably, while 77 […]
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Heath Brown for The Monkey Cage: On Oct. 3, Latino Decisions released results of a poll of Latino voters, with fairly predictable results. Most respondents – 67 percent – rate Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton favorably, while 77 p...

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