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Latino Vote Choice: Orange County, An Analysis of the June 2018 California Primary in Statewide Contests

Posted → Jun 08th, 2018

Research from LPPI analyzes Orange County precincts and demonstrates that the June 2018 California primary saw a 500 percent increase in the number of Latino major-party candidates with Orange County’s Latino-majority precincts voting in overwhelming support for Democratic Latinos running for statewide offices.

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Research from LPPI analyzes Orange County precincts and demonstrates that the June 2018 California primary saw a 500 percent increase in the number of Latino major-party candidates with Orange County’s Latino-majority precincts voting in overwhelming support for Democratic Latinos running for statewide offices.

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