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UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute in The Guardian: “‘It was never about saving Newsom’: how Latino voters played a major role in California”


Meanwhile, in reliably Democratic counties like Los Angeles and San Francisco, 84% and 82% of Latino voters rejected the recall, according to the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute. Latino voters’ decisive role in the recall results show that ahead of the 2022 midterms, candidates in the state would do well to center Latinos in … Continued

Meanwhile, in reliably Democratic counties like Los Angeles and San Francisco, 84% and 82% of Latino voters rejected the recall, according to the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute. Latino voters’ decisive role in the recall results show that ahead of the 2022 midterms, candidates in the state would do well to center Latinos in future campaigns rather than treating them as an afterthought, organizers said.