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Karla Pineda

Karla Pineda

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Election Day is around the corner, enthusiasm in swing states is higher than it is anywhere else and the Latino electorate continues to be one of the most important stories in many battleground states across the country.  It is estimated that just over 12.2 million Latinos will vote on Tuesday, November 6, an increase of 22% over 2008.  In states like Virginia the Latino vote is less than 3% but it is still consider one of the top 10 states with high concentration of Latino voters and our political priorities could determine the election result, since it is expected to be a very tight race between the two candidates.  When you have a race this close in swing states every single vote can make a difference, in this context the Latino vote could play a central role defining this election. 

 

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