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Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

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Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

Election 2008

Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

Candidates Court Latino Evangelicals

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Hispanic voters have been actively courted by both Democratic and Republican candidates. But a growing subset of their population is getting attention. Alex Chadwick talks with Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference, about Latino evangelical voters.

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