Latino Vote Marked by 'Generation Gap' Education and conservative views of family values are among the leading concerns of Latino voters, while immigration issues fall well down the list. But young Latinos may be reshaping overall voting tendencies.
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Latino Vote Marked by 'Generation Gap'

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Latino Vote Marked by 'Generation Gap'

Latino Vote Marked by 'Generation Gap'

Latino Vote Marked by 'Generation Gap'

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Education and conservative views of family values are among the leading concerns of Latino voters, while immigration issues fall well down the list. But young Latinos may be reshaping overall voting tendencies.

Steve Inskeep talks to Luis Clemens, editor of Candidato USA, a Web site that focuses on Latino politics.