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Pew Report Outlines Potential Impact Of Latinos On Presidential Politics

Latino voters are expected to make up about 12 percent of the electorate this presidential election. There are about 27 million eligible voters, and the majority of them are young, which makes this a voter group that has the potential to influence elections for generations to come. The only catch is voter turnout among young Latinos is the lowest of any racial group.

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