Bush Popular with Latino Voters

NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports from Laredo, Texas on presidential candidate Texas Governor George W. Bush's popularity with Latino voters back home — and his attempts to duplicate that success in other states with sizeable Latino populations. Besides Texas, Bush also has considerable support among Hispanic voters in Florida, but he doesn't do as well in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and New York.



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