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How young immigrant ‘Dreamers’ made flipping control of the House a personal quest

A LPPI analysis of data from eight states found that the Latino vote grew from 2014 to 2018, and this surge helped to flip control of the House as well as the young immigrant ‘Dreamers’ who mobilized people to vote.

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A LPPI analysis of data from eight states found that the Latino vote grew from 2014 to 2018, and this surge helped to flip control of the House as well as the young immigrant ‘Dreamers’ who mobilized people to vote.

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