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Minister Key Liaison to Latino Vote

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Minister Key Liaison to Latino Vote

Minister Key Liaison to Latino Vote

Minister Key Liaison to Latino Vote

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The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, pictured in 2006, is President and CEO of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. Getty Images hide caption

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The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez is the president and founder of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. With access to millions of Latinos nationwide, his group could play a serious role in influencing the Hispanic vote in the presidential elections.

Rodriguez explains his work persuading candidates to seriously consider the interests of Latino voters.