Candidates Vie For Key Latino Votes

In 2004, George W. Bush and the GOP enjoyed a surge of support from Latino voters. Now, four years later, polls show many Latinos are leaning toward Barack Obama.

Latinos are the largest minority in the U.S. and John McCain, who has a long history with immigration reform, is fighting to win Latino voters back to the Republican party.

Guests:

Federico Subervi, professor of journalism and mass communications at Texas State University, San Marcos

Ruben Navarette, columnist for the San Diego Union Tribune

Javier Castano, director of Spanish-language daily Hoy Nueva York

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