Election 2008: Voting Groups

McCain, Obama Court Latino Voters

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Presidential contenders John McCain and Barack Obama made separate appearances yesterday in front of the League of United Latin American Citizens, in an effort to win over Latino voters.

Plus, have plans for the Democratic National Convention hit a snag?

For more on those issues, Farai Chideya speaks with Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and New York Post editorial writer Robert George.



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