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

Posted → Jun 01st, 2018

Analysis from LPPI on the vote choice of Orange County precincts in California’s Congressional DIstricts 39 and 48 in the June 2018 primary reveals an increase in Latino voter turnout compared to the June 2014 primary election as well as pronounced support from Latino-majority communities for Democratic candidates, especially those who are Latino.

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Analysis from LPPI on the vote choice of Orange County precincts in California’s Congressional DIstricts 39 and 48 in the June 2018 primary reveals an increase in Latino voter turnout compared to the June 2014 primary election as well as pronounced support from Latino-majority communities for Democratic candidates, especially those who are Latino.

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