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Looking Ahead to the Hispanic Vote

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Looking Ahead to the Hispanic Vote

Election 2008

Looking Ahead to the Hispanic Vote

Looking Ahead to the Hispanic Vote

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Scott Simon talks with Gebe Martinez, contributing columnist to Politico.com, about the upcoming Puerto Rico Democratic primary and how the Hispanic vote could break down in an Obama-McCain race. Puerto Rico holds its primary on June 1.

According to Martinez, Barack Obama has an advantage over John McCain simply because the Republican party's tone has been negative toward immigration.

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