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    For Some Latino Voters, No Vote Taken for Grantedi
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    Elizabeth Lee
    January 22, 2016 10:11 PM
    More than 28 million Latinos are expected to be eligible to vote in 2016, according to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials' Educational Fund. The belief that a vote still matters is what motivates many naturalized immigrants and their children to be the most engaged Latinos in American politics, a NALEO Educational Fund official says. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports.

    For Some Latino Voters, No Vote Taken for Granted

    Published January 22, 2016

    More than 28 million Latinos are expected to be eligible to vote in 2016, according to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials' Educational Fund. The belief that a vote still matters is what motivates many naturalized immigrants and their children to be the most engaged Latinos in American politics, a NALEO Educational Fund official says. VOA's Elizabeth Lee reports.


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