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Who Will Win Over America's Latino Voters?

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Who Will Win Over America's Latino Voters?

Who Will Win Over America's Latino Voters?

Who Will Win Over America's Latino Voters?

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Audience members listen to President Barack Obama talk about immigration in 2011 in El Paso, Texas. Hispanic voters face a choice this election season: continue to support Obama despite being disproportionately hurt by the economic downturn or turn to Republicans at a time when many GOP presidential hopefuls have taken a hard line on immigration. i

Audience members listen to President Barack Obama talk about immigration in 2011 in El Paso, Texas. Hispanic voters face a choice this election season: continue to support Obama despite being disproportionately hurt by the economic downturn or turn to Republicans at a time when many GOP presidential hopefuls have taken a hard line on immigration. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Audience members listen to President Barack Obama talk about immigration in 2011 in El Paso, Texas. Hispanic voters face a choice this election season: continue to support Obama despite being disproportionately hurt by the economic downturn or turn to Republicans at a time when many GOP presidential hopefuls have taken a hard line on immigration.

Audience members listen to President Barack Obama talk about immigration in 2011 in El Paso, Texas. Hispanic voters face a choice this election season: continue to support Obama despite being disproportionately hurt by the economic downturn or turn to Republicans at a time when many GOP presidential hopefuls have taken a hard line on immigration.

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In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, a look at how Latino voters could shape the 2012 election. Plus, the mysterious affliction that's affected 18 girls in Le Roy, NY, and Pastor Fred Luter. Also, the book "You Need a Schoolhouse," and new music from the Ivory Coast.

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