Mayoral candidates respond to Latino issues questionnaire

February 10, 2011

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The Latino Policy Forum surveyed mayoral candidates on issues affecting Chicago's Latino community.

Of the candidates running for mayor, two come from the Latino community. But Latinos are the city’s third largest population. So any candidate would be wise to take the community’s issues seriously.

Now, a non-partisan group has distributed questionnaires to the candidates surveying their opinions on Latino-related issues. Topics range from education to community safety.

The Latino Policy Forum released the questionnaires Thursday morning and executive director Sylvia Puente joined Eight Forty-Eight  to share the results.

 

SEE THE RESULTS:

2011 Chicago Mayoral Candidate Questionnaire

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