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Latino Policy and Politics Institute (LPPI) in Los Angeles Times: “Op-Ed: Democrats should seize this recall as a practice round for the midterms”


At the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute, our research indicates that in the 20 years leading up to the 2022 midterm elections, there will have been a 126% increase of Latino registered voters and a 94% increase of Asian American voters. They are more likely than white voters to be undecided about the recall … Continued

At the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute, our research indicates that in the 20 years leading up to the 2022 midterm elections, there will have been a 126% increase of Latino registered voters and a 94% increase of Asian American voters. They are more likely than white voters to be undecided about the recall election based on their approval of Newsom.