Latino Voters Could Help Swing Mid-Term Elections

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This year, a number of pollsters are paying close attention to the political interests of this country's largest minority — Hispanic voters. A recent Pew report suggests Latino voters could make the difference in several key elections and perhaps make Election Day 2010 a little less bleak for Democrats.

Host Michel Martin speaks with Fernand Amandi of the polling firm Bendixen and Amandi, and Mark Lopez, associate director of the Pew Hispanic Center.



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