Democrats Seek Latino Vote The recent Democratic presidential debate in Albuquerque was broadcast in English and Spanish -- one more indication that presidential hopefuls are mindful of the growing power of the Latino vote. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Lisa Navarette of the advocacy group National Council of La Raza.
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Democrats Reach Out to Latino Voters

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Democrats Reach Out to Latino Voters

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Democrats Reach Out to Latino Voters

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The recent Democratic presidential debate in Albuquerque was broadcast in English and Spanish — one more indication that presidential hopefuls are mindful of the growing power of the Latino vote. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Lisa Navarette of the advocacy group National Council of La Raza.