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'I Need Democrats to Stop Taking Latino Voters for Granted.'

John Podesta’s e-mail to the Clinton team, urging the nominee to make some calls to “needy Latinos” like Federico Pena and Bill Richardson, has gotten fleeting coverage from most of the media. But s yndicated columnist Reuben Navarette noticed it, and he tears into Podesta, Clinton and the Democrats, laying out what he “needs”: I need Democrats to stop taking Latino voters for granted, and finally act in ways that show they deserve this support.
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