What Latino voters care about more than immigration Latinos lost more wealth and jobs during the meltdown of 2008 and the Great Recession than any other group. Latinos want an opportunity to regain what they lost.
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Facebook, ‘Trump effect’ may boost Latino impact on election What’s cool about this column from the Dallas Morning News’s Mercedes Olivera is that as you read it you’re proving her point. Check it out. VL (2.5 minute read)
Latino immigrants changing the face of rural populations I remeber helping to organize voter registration drives in Aspen and Telluride. Even back in 2004 Latinos there were service workers, invisible to the “mainstream” community.