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11:04pm January 20, 2013

Obama’s Latino Problem, Texas Latino Políticos & Latino Voters

Latinos in Congress, Obama's Cabinet and Latino voters Jan 20

This week’s Latino politics news roundup covers Latinos (or the lack thereof) in President Obama’s campaign, some happenings with Latino politicians in Texas at the congressional and state level, and finally some data about the Latino electorate.

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Adriana Maestas
Adriana Maestas is the senior contributing editor of Politic365.com.




 
 

 
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