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LATINO VOTERS COULD DECIDE THE 2020 ELECTION, STARTING WITH NEVADA

Since 2018 Latino voters have signaled their electoral power in determing election outcomes, according to Executive Director Sonja Diaz the 2020 elections will be no different and presidential candidates must shift their focus from immigration policy to the economy and healthcare.

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Since 2018 Latino voters have signaled their electoral power in determing election outcomes, according to Executive Director Sonja Diaz the 2020 elections will be no different and presidential candidates must shift their focus from immigration policy to the economy and healthcare.

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