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  • Think you understand Hispanic voters? Think again

    Hispanic voters in America have long been assumed to trend Democrat in their voting habits. But some Hispanics — many of whom are religious, own small businesses, and care deeply about education — tell us they will vote Republican instead.

Hispanic voters in America have long been assumed to trend Democrat in their voting habits. But some Hispanics — many of whom are religious, own small businesses, and care deeply about education — tell us they will vote Republican instead. Natalie Fertig and Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy
Hispanic voters in America have long been assumed to trend Democrat in their voting habits. But some Hispanics — many of whom are religious, own small businesses, and care deeply about education — tell us they will vote Republican instead. Natalie Fertig and Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy

To woo Miami Hispanics, Trump invites them to lunch at Versailles

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